Breakfast Nook

John 4:50 “Go,” Jesus replied, “your son will live.” The man took Jesus at his word and departed. Every day we find that life does not get easier, but it gets harder and our lives fill up with more things that we ever knew we could experience. Many of us put our faith in a … More Breakfast Nook

Healing Ignorance

Ignorance always operates from a place of complete assuredness. No apology, no re-education just pure self-righteous indignation, celebrating its own existence. Our differences make us exactly that different. We were not created to be the same, even leopards, sharks, wolves, deer, birds differ our differences are what make us great. We don’t love them same, … More Healing Ignorance

Editor’s Note

We live in a world with no shortage of realism, there are real life Hip Hop and Love shows, real life Side Chicks and TV, Bad Girls and Boot Camps, Preachers and Wives of LA. We have a President that needs no experience to run the country, a football player that is not allowed to … More Editor’s Note

The Great White Hype and the Multitude of Brown By Dakarai Olumide

We mourn the loss of life caused by terrorism. We mourn the robbery of innocence caused by violence. However, as violence begets violence, the question must be asked what came first the Chicken or the Egg? I use this analogy because the history of our modern world is steeped in White Supremacist dogma. A dogma that predicates violence as a cleansing source and as a necessary tool of enforcement. … More The Great White Hype and the Multitude of Brown By Dakarai Olumide