Category Archives: Perspective

The treachery of ‘grateful Negroes’

While flipping through my television, I heard a host on the comedy show, Fox and Friends, denouncing an NFL player who sat down

ALIEN LANDING : Do NOT get on the Alien Spaceships

They Want to HARVEST YOU

Author: Stephanie Relfe; Coauthor: Michael Relfe

YOU MUST SEE THIS VIDEO –

YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT

Powerful people do not want you to see these videos. Youtube

Florida’s First African American Candidate for Governor

Many African Americans in the third largest state in America are unaware that Andrew Gillum, the 38 year old mayor of

The Gantt Report – Wonder Women

By Lucius Gantt

Devilish Donald Trump and his seemingly wicked and deceitful Chief of Staff former General John Kelly has spent over a week

America’s Melting Pot Is Boiling Brown People To Death

People of color are growing accustomed to imminent danger.

By Sahaj Kohli

I’ll never forget the first time I realized people saw my brother and dad

Let Black Kids Just Be Kids

George Zimmerman admitted at his 2012 bail hearing that he misjudged Trayvon Martin’s age when he killed him. “I thought he was a little bit younger than I am,” he said, meaning just under 28. But Trayvon was only 17.

What may be most tragic about Mr. Zimmerman’s miscalculation is that it’s widespread. To many people, black boys seem older than they are: In one study, people overestimated their ages by 4.5 years. This contributes to a false perception that black boys are less childlike than white boys.

Technology Will Be Key to Mobilizing the Black Vote in 2018

By Roger Caldwell

As a child growing up in the 1950’s and 60’s, I don’t understand millennia’s’ fixation on texting, and their spending hours on other social media platforms. I am engaged with the internet, and I spend limited time on Facebook, but I am somewhat lost when trying to understand all the other platforms and new technologies.

“The internet is the largest community in history – as big as the global population in 1960’s. It crosses every border and culture. And enough people are connected that the internet has become a planetary infrastructure for communication and collaboration,” says Dex Torricke-Barton – writer at the Medium.

Why Does Main Street Media Refuse to Talk About Black America?

By Roger Caldwell

“This is the press, an irresponsible press. It will make the criminal look like he’s a victim and make the victim look like he’s the criminal. If you aren’t careful, the newspaper will have you hating the people who are oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing,” says Malcolm X.

The majority of newsrooms in America are run by Whites, and it is no surprise that only certain kinds of Black stories are being published. Most White people don’t understand that implicit racial bias is part of their DNA, and anything associated with Black skin is considered negative.