April 2016

Blog Archive

Sat, 16.04.2016

The Unfinished Community Building in Black America, by B. Mchie

Phrases like “It takes a village to raise a child” are often used as a metaphor for old school neighborhoods, how our black ancestors lived and a romanticized past that many want back. In 2016, sometimes the village/community phrase feels like a cliché for African America. Its not to say this can’t be done but […]

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

*Hear ye, hear ye This court is now in session His Honor, Judge Pigmeat Markham presidin Hear ye, hear ye, the court of swing It's just about ready to do that thing I don't... HERE COMES THE JUDGE by Pigmeat Markham
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