Tags Black New World Media
Tag: Black New World Media
The way Eric Hunter described his trip to Houston made me want to book my first, and mouth-watering at that, flight to Houston immediately!
Rapper author Vidal Prevost aims to share art through his fictional story about a growing boy to man as witness to an esoteric lifestyle.
Community scientist Scid Howard shares the human essentials of connection to nature to mitigate the ever-devolving and dehumanizing world of technology.
Regina Jackson’s love, expertise and trust span 27 years of dedicated attention to our most beautiful and valuable element in shared humanity, our youth.
Therapist Tia Barnes speaks of the importance and possibilities of nurturing mental health for ourselves and our families during the ongoing COVID pandemic.
Call to action to support captured freedom fighter Ozone’s civil and human rights while corporate media slanders him publicly pronouncing him guilty without a trial.
Young Eric Davis was taken from his loved ones and community because our electeds just don’t care enough.
JR Valrey’s interview is a deep dive into learning about Oakland mayoral candidate, Allyssa Victory, and reminds that self-education is also required to get what we need from those whom we elect.
Abdul-Haqq Khalifa shares his ongoing journey of response and healing at the death of beloved 15-year-old daughter Najiyya.
Ghana becomes a bridge of rediscovery, reclamation and celebration of Black lives weaving the threads back together where they have been frayed.
Marisha Ashanti shares her excitement for the upcoming D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony, Toni, Tone tour to Ghana.
“Harriet’s Spirit” will be on stage at the Bayview Opera House, 4705 Third St., between Oakdale and Newcomb, today and tomorrow, Nov. 13 and 14. Performances are at 1 p.m and 4 p.m. on Saturday, with the final performance at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Register at https://operaparallele.org/harriet/.
Morgan J shares her excitement of embarking into her unknown, in Ghana, to experience her culture, her people and to receive whatever God has waiting for her there.
Benny Blessed shares his powerful perspective on trust and love for humanity, the Creator and manifesting dreams.
My goal as a muralist is to remind those of the diaspora of the strength, beauty and the life we hold and give to this world.
Are we aware the economy is in free-fall? During the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, health has been a central topic, but what about financial health? With the stock market being stunted and the government doling out trillions of dollars to individual citizens, small businesses and corporations, we need to know what is happening with our finances.
A firearm can be used as both a tool and a weapon. Being Black in America should already make you want to own a gun for protection. If you’re Black, female, and/or short, I think it’s even more necessary to learn how to safely use a gun.
It’s experiential. My 90-year-old grandfather had gotten sick during the COVID-19 pandemic, and my uncle. who is a nurse, gave the family new rules that we had to follow to keep us as safe as possible from the invisible biological killer. In the past, I took my uncle’s occupation for granted.
The distance learning experiment is on. Black August 2020 will be the first school year in history when public education in the United States went completely digital. Parents are learning to monitor their youth for five to six hours a day while they complete assignments and learn lessons entirely on video screens, while local governments continue to unfold the new system.
The silver lining is always part of a disaster or tragedy – even the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have experienced this phenomenon with the emergence of innovation, new Black businesses, and new business leaders popping up as the silver lining of the 2020 shelter in place.
12Page 1 of 2