Bryce Gowdy A Life Gone Too Soon According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Gowdy was hit by a freight train just after 4 a.m. in Deerfield Beach, Florida. He was taken to the hospital where he died. Gowdy was a wide receiver at Deerfield Beach High School. Georgia Tech said he finished his high school coursework a semester early and was expected to move … Continue reading Georgia Tech football recruit dies week before he was set to begin classes
Who’s got your back? That’s one of the most important questions you can ask this summer and the title of a recent survey on sunscreen habits from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). Source: The #1 Reason To Check Your Back This Summer Continue reading The #1 Reason To Check Your Back This Summer
Black Doesn’t Crack Some of them say (black men) that they don’t hate us (black women) but the proof is evident. It is a shame that a lot of black men will date black women as long as they are broke and struggling and as soon as they “make it” they act like being with a black woman is shameful. What does this say about … Continue reading Black Doesn’t Crack
I had the pleasure of attending the Natural Hair show on April 26-27th 2014 at the Georgia Convention Center and I began to become aware at the amount of overweight African-American women who were in attendance and it was very troubling to me. 9 out of 10 of the black women there were overweight but they were sporting earrings that read 100% natural, they were … Continue reading What are we eating?
What is wrong with our black people? Have we forgotten where we came from? Have black people forgotten that black doesn’t crack? My children told me that the kids at school say that dark skinned people are ugly and I couldn’t believe my ears! What are we teaching our young black people? The civil rights leaders marched, fought, got spit on, were beaten … Continue reading Black Skin is Beautiful