• Thumbnail Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it. proverbs 22:6 Should it disturb me to see a child who could be my daughter in a video shaking her booty with singles tucked between her belt holes? Should I turn a blind eye […]

  • cadmin wrote a new blog post: John Garang Cried Out 6 years ago

    “This peace agreement signals the beginning of one Sudan regardless of race, religion or tribe.” John Garang de Mabior John Garang de Mabior was a politician and rebel leader of Sudan. Born June 23, 1945 and died July 30, 2005 During the 1983-2005 second civil war in Sudan, he led the “Sudan People’s Liberation Army”.A […]

  • Thumbnail Leaders of the world and international agencies congratulated the world’s newest country, South Sudan, on its independence on July 9th, 2011. Many have long advocated for a separation of the Arab led Muslim North and predominantly Christian South due to decades old conflicts, which have reportedly resulted in millions of deaths. While many political pundits […]

  • Thumbnail “Where does true reggae go from here?” I asked myself this question, when the news came this morning that Buju Banton had been sentenced to 10 years in jail. His sentence id the result of a February cocaine trafficking incident with an undercover cop. A conspiracy which was said to have taken place in a […]

  • My Best Father and Son Talk 2… CHOICES: As a kid, I loved climbing trees. My father will lift me up so that I can grab on a branch and weave through the tree. I  use think I was the Orijinal Jungle boy. One day blinded by a rare colorful lizard, I decided to get […]

  • Thumbnail“The surest way to keep people down is to educate the men and neglect the women. If you educate a man you simply educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a family” A powerful message from Dr James Emman Kwegyir Aggrey (an intellectual, missionary, and teacher ) , who in his fight […]

  • ThumbnailComparing Preacher’s Kid, Rihanna’s “Man Down” and True Life: I recently watched the movie ‘The Preacher’s Kid’ and felt Angie’s pain (The curious yet naive church girl who left her home to explore the dangerous world). It is good to explore the world but it is also important to remember your roots, culture and values so […]

  • Thumbnail“Made in Africa” is the brand new song from Stephen Marley featuring Wale and the cast of Fela!; it will appear on Stephen Marley’s upcoming album “Revelation:Part 1: The Root of Life”. The song epitomizes the Orijin spirit of a connected diaspora as individuals of African descent from Jamaica, Nigeria and America joined forces to cook […]

  • “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” ~ Marcus Garvey

  • “You may not be her first, her last, or her only. She loved before she may love again. But if she loves you now, what else matters? She’s not perfect – you aren’t either, and the two of you may never be perfect together but if she can make you laugh, cause you to think […]

  • ThumbnailI kept on wondering how summer fashion will be on a hot sunny day. I wondered if it was going to be the same old tight spandex recycled, recycled, recycled…Were we going to stay in late the 80’s or are we going to try and revisit the 70’s with style. PAUSE. Fast Forward. Rewind again STOP…It might just be here from […]

  • ThumbnailBefore Tv came into existence in my life , I remember my uncle sitting all the kids down, forming a circle around a burning wood he would set up around 6pm after we had taken our night showers. We could hardly wait and took quick showers. Sometimes i didn’t, I just sprinkled water on my head […]

  • ThumbnailWithout Culture and Heritage, is there an African Pride? Taurus Riley came out with “Shaka Zulu Pickney” not too long ago. A very powerful video embracing the roots of African culture and heritage. Addressing social and political issues in a unique visual effect. The Pride of Africa: “The thoughts of freedom fighters dwell in my brain. […]

  • ThumbnailImagine being excited about getting married to a loved one, imagine the anticipation, the flipping of magazines for THE wedding dress, Polaroid pictures in your mind about your first dance and then a call comes in… Nigeria’s, Super Eagles defender Olubayo Adefemi died from a car accident in Greece.The Nigeria international footballer lost control in his […]

  • ThumbnailSo you woke up this morning  thinking about bills to pay, you are thinking about your family to feed, you are depressed about the girl you loved that left you last night, basically you are suffering, “YOU DEY SUFFER”. You are not alone, trust me. I dey suffer, Cayayo dey suffer, Taxi driver dey suffer, musician […]

  • Thumbnail TEAM BRADLEY is joining a walk in memory of a son and dear friend Bradley who passed on January 31, 2011. The 16th annual Dash for Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness This month, we celebrate the life of an incredible, amazing, talented superstar, a brave warrior, a mighty fighter, our hero and miracle child who brought so […]

  • Thumbnail Africa is in Style and I prophesied on that last year… Yep it is here, the early 90’s with the African Medallions are coming back… Need I say more. Check this video out. History revisit: Remember when hip-hop was all about Africa. The positive African image through fashion and style? Can you remember: AFRIKA BAMBAATAA & […]

  • ThumbnailThere is soo much going on the world today, earthquakes, hurricanes, demonstrations, mass killings and more… Too much destruction in the world.  Sometimes I just pray for a day of peace, a day that the news will be as calm as a good sounded wave. A day when all you hear in the NEWS is “Good […]

  • Finally submerging into the depths of what awaits. No longer dwelling on the shores, wishing on a star, waiting for the sun to set on the ba…

  • Nothing is coincidental; random occurrences are merely the Universes own brand of guidance

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