Call for Papers

Call for Papers

We are looking for guest authors to contribute to our books!
Submissions should feature original writing that is written to help empower readers that don’t like reading! Pick a subject or story that only you can tell, the way you tell it! Make sure it’s engaging, easy to read, and delivers ideas and strategies that anyone can use today to better their lives! If you can include references to books from us, that’s even better.

Black God: The Music Video (Ft. Shiva)

Black God: The Music Video (Ft. Shiva)

Ever since I got back from India, I’ve been determined to write more and share the journey. For starters, the music is epic. And by epic, I mean literally, like gods and demons and love affairs between the undead. I’ll tell you about how much of that I was walked into in a later post! For now, here’s a video or two that come from that crazy part of the world that birthed my ancestors.

THE GREAT DEBATE

THE GREAT DEBATE

See Dr. Supreme Understanding as he debates alongside team members Kalonji Jama Changa, Dhoruba Bin-Wahad, Dr. Khalilah Ali and Marcus Coleman. April 15th 3pm-6pm at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History.

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

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.