March 4, 2017

Supreme Reveals the Ultimate Hustle! The Urban Reseller Program

February 14, 2017

Why “God” Ain’t a Word Black Folks Play With

Listen to enough conversations in Black America, and you’ll eventually hear a Black man call another Black man “God.” And he’ll mean it. And not in a cult leader kinda of way, but as a serious form of address, often between men who look like they’ve been through some serious sh*t. You ever met a Five Percenter? Like a real one? They’ve all been through some serious sh*t. And these men wouldn’t play with the word “God.” Neither would most people in Black America, because God still means something deep there.
January 20, 2016

Lead In Our Water – And What We Can Do About It

In light of recent news about the poisoning of the water in black communities from Flint, MI to […]
December 5, 2015
Supremes teaching a Class

I’m Teaching A Class

It's active! I'm officially gonna be teaching a class on ‪#‎selfpublishing‬, ‪#‎creativewriting‬, ‪#‎businessdevelopment‬, AND ‪#‎knowledgeofself‬ ALL ROLLED INTO ONE! And if you live in Atlanta, the class is FREE! Why all this game, from ME, for free? Cause it’s me, not some 10%er (like the ones making they rounds now). Plus this is gonna be in the BEAUTIFUL,‪ #‎afrikancentered‬ Fulton Aviation Center where they support young Black and brown people for REAL.
November 13, 2015
Henry Turner - The Real Face of God

The Real Face of God

Bishop Turner notes that it would be better to be an atheist or pantheist than to worship a personal God who looks nothing like the persons worshiping him. It’s this sentiment that eventually gave rise to the modern cliché “My God doesn’t have a color.” It wasn’t some scientific rationalism or Neo-Platonism. It was simply developed as a way to dance around what this God might look like.