By JR Valrey While an unprecedented statewide climate freeze has hit Texas last week, the state government’s decision to disconnect the state’s power grid from the national network has left millions without electricity, heat, or water. Secondarily, electric companies have variable utility plans for their … Continue readingThe DAWA Fund Aids Black Texans Through the Freeze and Government Neglect
By JR Valrey Attending a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), has been a major goal and milestone for generations of Black people from the U.S., Caribbean, and all over the Black world; that are looking for skills and upward mobility, in the capitalist world … Continue readingHoward University Professor Ericka Blount Talks About Teaching at a HBCU, During the Covid Pandemic
By JR Valrey As the Covid pandemic’s shelter-in-place rages on indefinitely, it is important for us to hear how our community is coping with this tumultuous current financial period. Some media focus has already been put on the homeless population, who are increasingly struggling to … Continue readingBay Area Black “Mom and Pop” Landlord Responds to National Eviction Moratorium
By JR Valrey Some of us can name off the leadership of the Black Panther Party, but just as important we must remember the everyday community leaders, that served the people on behalf of the Black Panther Party, and gave it their all. These were … Continue readingBlack Panther Artist M. Gayle Asali Dickson Talks About Her Life in the Black People’s Army
By JR Valrey Africa has always been a distant dream for Black people, in the Americas, that have thought about escaping this horrid, social, white supremacists imperial kingdom that the colonizers have created. The late Kwame Ture aka Stokley Carmichael, was one of the biggest … Continue readingOakland Man Repatriates to Ghana and Gets a Second Wind At Life
By JR Valrey With the inventions and growing popularity of cash app, paypal, venmo, zelle, and others the days of cash money and coins is numbered. With the US dollar plummeting from international prominence recently, with financial juggernauts like China, India, Turkey, Iran, and Russia, … Continue readingBay Area based Crypto-Currency Guru Jeriel Bey Gives Analysis and Advice on the Changing World of Finances
Black British Counselor Karla Van-Pitterson speaks on her thoughts on Trump, the recent insurrection in Washington DC, and her practice. Tune in.
Recently I spoke with counselor Karla Van-Pitterson, who is in London, England about her thoughts on mental health in the Black community, and the Covid 19 response in the UK, as well as similarities and differences between the UK and US.
Black British Counselor Karla Van-Pitterson speaks on mental health in the Black community in the UK, during Covid 19, as well as the similarities and differences between the responses in the UK and the US.
By Xion Abiodun With the inauguration taking place there have been many reports of white terrorists organizations harming people and communities of color. Ever since the capitol was stormed people are beginning to wonder if it will happen again, but at a more extreme level. … Continue readingTeenager View on White House Mayheim