The Beantown Guide

Welcome readers, Even though we’re still in a pandemic and some people’s travel arrangements have been put on hold for the time being, good information on your next trip to a major city/country shouldn’t be withheld. With that said I want to share a guide to future tourists on an American city that I live […]

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Juneteenth (Black History 365)

Welcome readers to another entry to my Black History 365 series where I present historical events in black history some that are well known and others that are not acknowledged enough for younger generations to be aware of. With that said, this post will explain the significance and history behind Juneteenth. Juneteenth is an unofficial […]

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Da 5 Bloods Film review

Spike Lee’s newest film “Da 5 Bloods” opens up with Muhammad Ali being interviewed in 1978 and it closes with one of the last speeches Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a year exactly before his death in 1968. Lee used these two figures during the civil rights movement in the 1960s to point out […]

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A Ghouls Mansion (Short story)

I haven’t written a shorty story that I’ve published in a long while, so if you enjoy this please leave a like and comment if you’d like to chime in. Peace and keep it real. Chasing criminals and sticking the law up their ass in Chicago was elementary to homicide detective Malik Foley, but this […]

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The opposition against justice will change their story and the story so they can depict you (freedom fighters) as the villain every time. – TheRhymeRula

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