#SupremeEducation Seminar Friday Sept 2nd (Atlanta, Ga) “Publish your Book and Build your Brand! A Workshop on How to Write, Publish, and Market your Own Work”
#UnderstandingWalk August 27th (Atlanta, Ga) “How to Start a New Life: Survival and Success for Solutionaries Like You”
How Not to Get Scammed: Supply and Demand
The Hard Truth about Police Brutality
Making Sure We Dont Die Too Soon
#SupremeEducation Seminar: “How to Create a New Reality: A #Solutionary Blueprint for Personal and Collective Change” August 21st (Baton Rouge, AL)
#SupremeEducation Seminar: “How to Create a New Reality: A #Solutionary Blueprint for Personal and Collective Change” August 19th (New Orleans, LA)
#SupremeEducation Seminar: “How to Create a New Reality: A #Solutionary Blueprint for Personal and Collective Change” August 18th (Mobile, AL)
#UnderstandingWalk: How to Raise Teens into Confident Adults in a Crazy World: Sex, Drugs, Mental Health, and Other Real Sh*t
August 13th (Atlanta)
Dr. Supreme Understanding dedicates this video to the real Dr. King, so was Dr. King a Five Percenter? Supreme goes into the topic and explains why Dr. King could of been something you thought he wasn’t.
Dr. Supreme Understanding speaks on how to support black owned businesses during the holiday season. He also speaks on being in the “holiday spirit” and “giving”.
Veteran educator speaks on the failures of the public school system and the school to prison pipeline that exist.
Dr. Supreme Understanding jokes around in this video about the history of race.
Dr. Supreme Understanding offers solutions on what can we do after the tragic murder of Laquan McDonald.
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.
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.
One of the first books we published through Two Horizons Press was Black Rebellion: Eyewitness Accounts of Major Slave Revolts. Our goal was to introduce history students to the REAL history of revolt and rebellion during slavery, told from the perspectives of the people who were there at the time. Many of these stories are otherwise untold and unknown.