How attending an HBCU led to a job offer from Google

As my glorious time at Alabama State University is coming to a close, I can’t help but think back to a time when going to a Historically Black College or University was laughable. For starters, my life plan never included going to an HBCU for the simple fact I understood the world we lived in […]

10 tips for non-blacks inspired by ‘Dear White People’

Dear White People is a satirical film exploring race relations on a fictional predominantly white college campus in the U.S. The film was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and is slated for box-office release sometime this fall. This refreshing look at color lines in this country got me thinking about a […]

People: Don’t Block Out the Light and What’s Right

The eyes of those who choose to ignore what they see, are deceptive transmitters of optical and earthly illusions. Wearing sunglasses can deflect the sunshine that may shine and warm your face, but in that sunlight there is energy and imagery from other places. Just as we are bombarded by with rhetoric from right-wing conservatives […]