Get Lit in the Bronx


Noelle Santos of the Bronx is not asking nicely but we should support her initiative anyway. The Bronx which has a population of roughly 1.5 million residents is without a single bookstore as of this writing. Unbelievable, isn’t? Last year, Barnes & Noble failed to renew the lease and was thus forced to close the only…

The OBAMA Legacy


Obama days are numbered in the Oval Office, that’s the bad news. You’ve heard plenty of criticism about his presidency from the Republicans; you’ve heard lots of praise from the Democrats. You’re not even sure what to believe anymore. Fortunately, the OBAMA Legacy dispels any and all myths about Obama. Get a copy of the…

Thanksgiving 2016


What Should We Be Thankful For? Well, I am thankful that for the past eight years the United States has been in the company of nations which share the ideals of human dignity, the protection and security of their citizens, the principles and moral values which have always guided society to do the right, to…

The Colin Kaepernick Revolution


Call it whatever else you want! It is nevertheless another milestone of Blacks’ struggle in America Colin Kaepernick is a black man who is tired of the discriminated practice by law enforcement officers and the justice system towards blacks. But Colin is also “a well-known NFL quarterback who was quietly and peacefully protesting the oppression of minorities in…

Blacks in America


Remark: we organize a forum which you can access from the MENU or here ; we hope to hear what you would do to solve this nagging problem. In light of the stream of murders committed by both law enforcement officers on unarmed black civilians and deranged or overzealous individuals on police officers, it is…