SOCIAL JUSTICE


In Sierra Leone, there is an experience. The majority of the poor expect anyone with money or opportunities to share those resources with them. This disenfranchised majority has the courage to beg or ask anyone for free help. If someone were grabbed during the perpetration of a crime, the police officers would probably prefer a bribe to justice. If a student flunked a test or exam, that teacher or professor would probably require money to pass them. Do you understand my point? When we have people, who consider themselves low in luck, who live a difficult life, accept bribes to look the other way, we have a systemic gap.

Is it Time to Examine the Overall Experience of Economic ...


At a Saturday brunch with three of my best friends in Berlin, a German, a Brit, and a South African of Scottish descent, we talked about my Sandmann's book series. I told them how it started as a blog I published to express my outlook on various contemporary topics. I wanted to ponder upon the social, and psychological changes in today's world response concerning religion, politics, gender, race, and sexuality. And how social media and pop culture accelerated them. The cellphone has put the worldwide web in our pocket. The information on the internet has rewired our social, political, and religious mentality.

Adventitious Breonna Taylor Thoughts Sires a Miriam Makeba Repercuss


We have so much concern for our police that even the thought of one being killed in cold blood turns my stomach. Remember, it is not the cops who get murdered in cold blood. It's unarmed black men. God forbid if cops were the targets, we know they would launch a ravenous manhunt for the assassin. Is it time to get off their high horse and acknowledge that they work for us. Get over it, Mr. Officers, enough is enough.

Law Enforcement & the Possibility of Accountable Policing




African leaders and diplomats can no longer remain silent on issues concerning racism and cultural disrespect towards Africans in the global diaspora. Last year, Al Jazeera journalists went public as tourists, smuggled into the Caribbean islands, and ambushed some of the top government officials to entrap them over the citizenship/investment scheme. Can a Caribbean journalist pose as a tourist in Kuwait, for example, and then use that disguise to accuse Kuwaiti officials of fraud?

African Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live ...


Isn't it suspicious how the Liberal side of the mainstream media humiliates Stacy Dash for the end of her fourth marriage? If she was a democrat, they would have painted her as a brave victim. Am I mistaken? Did the lousy press about Stacy Dash's occur because she expressed Conservative opinions? That's my observation. Some say the Democrats would only portray someone in a favorable image if that person bolsters their agenda.

Liberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash