Ruby Dee: Legends Live Forever … “The Somebodiness of Me”

  Her work, her spirit and her authentic love for the arts and humanity, sparked an interest in Ruby Dee that became infectious. The flash of her smile and the depths of the characters she transformed into acknowledged a woman set forth with purpose and a mission. Her spoken word poetry elicits a sense of Read More …

The Words of Sir Gil Scott-Heron

In celebration of the {National Poetry Month}, let us look back at the life of one of the most successful African American poets, Gil Scott-Heron. The late soul and jazz poet, musician, and author, who happened to be born in April too, became famous for his spoken word poetry entitled The Revolution Will Not Be Read More …

Don’t Kill My Chance … I Want To Be A Musician

                                      [dropcap]A musician [/dropcap]can exude emotion with a simple note. They can touch on life and become theme music to your stride. It is possible for this young man to become the next great legend in musicianship Read More …

Don’t Kill My Chance: DREAM

  The Wonder Woman dreams have a way of tossing and turning themselves around and the times make requirements that we dream real dreams for example i wanted to be a sweet inspiration in my dreams of my people but the time require that i give myself willingly and become a wonder woman -Nikki Giovanni Read More …