Mitigating Revolutionary Trauma

The past few months have been heavy on the hearts of many. Starting in mid-March, we entered quarantine. Being stuck inside forced us to incubate in confusion, fear, and uncertainty for months. A new normal was on the horizon and we were all seeking for an answer as to what it would look like. Everything we were living for would look altered, except for one … Continue reading Mitigating Revolutionary Trauma

Wealth Club delivers its 1000th Pizza

What started off as a means to assist the Schenectady community during a pandemic and crisis, has quickly evolved into its own movement. Pizza for the people, which begin roughly 10 weeks ago in the midst of an uncertain time has recently served its 1000th  Pizza. as of Wednesday, May 13th, the Wealth Club distributed there 1000th pizza box to the Capital District area including … Continue reading Wealth Club delivers its 1000th Pizza

Black AmeriKKKa

A poem critiquing the theft of black America, and a tribute to the late Pop Smoke Featured Image credit : REUTERS/Darren Ornitz They love the way that we dance… And they love the way that we move… And they love the way that we rock… And they love all the shit that we do… And when we perform for them… Yeah they’re Finn’ clap for … Continue reading Black AmeriKKKa

Entrepreneur Night out Creates a Wonderful Networking Opportunity for Schenectady’s Young and Old

On a breezy night during the celebratory month of black excellence and history, a wonderful workshop is occurring in downtown Schenectady. William Rivas is sitting at the front desk of Urban Co-works at 433 State street on the 4th floor, graciously waiting for guests to arrive at this magical event. Cracking a million-dollar smile as he greets everyone professionally and by name, you immediately feel … Continue reading Entrepreneur Night out Creates a Wonderful Networking Opportunity for Schenectady’s Young and Old

Reminiscing on Kobe Bryant

My first memories of Kobe Bryant happened to be with my father. Kobe was his favorite player. I remember regular Saturdays and weekday evenings where I would sit with him during his free time and watch him play his NBA game on his PlayStation. These were possibly the most momentous times of my early life. I couldn’t tell you the exact game it was, but … Continue reading Reminiscing on Kobe Bryant

Remembering Gordon Parks, Today, In Black History

On Honor Of Black History Month, we honor and celebrate black figures in history that have been the vanguards of our advancement. Throughout history, we have had figures that went through the fire knowing we’d someday reign. Here today we recognize their accomplishments. Gordan Parks was an American photographer, writer, composer, and filmmaker. Prolific and world renown for his work, he is revered for projects … Continue reading Remembering Gordon Parks, Today, In Black History

Today…In black History

A history often wisped away in the sands of time…Black history has long been overshadowed by American history and archived for eyes to not look at. Here, in this post, we look into black history and mine out the records to learn more of the African people   This is….Today…In Black History   November 14th Photo added by John “J-Cat” Griffith On this date in 1934, … Continue reading Today…In black History

Today… In Black history

A history often wisped away in the sands of time…Black history has long been overshadowed by American history and archived for eyes to not look at. Here, in this post, we look into black history and mine out the records to learn more of the African people   This is… Today… In Black History   November 13th   On this day in 1839, the liberty … Continue reading Today… In Black history

Today… In Black history

A history often wisped away in the sands of time…Black history has long been overshadowed by American history and archived for eyes to not look at. Here, in this post, we look into black history and mine out the records to learn more of the African people   This is, Today…in Black history November 12th,   On this day in 1974, The United Nations General … Continue reading Today… In Black history