Tuesday, January 31, 2017
I think the climate post-election has not only gotten more frightening, it's gotten to be downright disgusting.
The news of this past weekend which shook up the travels plans of many and pulled the scab off of racism at the knee, caused me to wonder, 'What's next?'
If Donald Trump wants to "Make America Great Again," which in my opinion is code for "Make America White Again," are we slowly but surely witnessing the rebirth of segregation in the US?
It's time we all opened our eyes widely and realized that we're going to be part of the solution or part of the problem. Because we're not really free unless we're all free.
And I'm not feeling very free right now.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Carl Weber books are my guilty pleasure and I make no apologies.
However, they are hot. Steamy hot. You'll want to keep a little portable fan at hand.
I'd like to see "Man on the Run" made into a movie. Because I need more urban fiction to make it to the screen and this one is totally adaptable.
If only I had a group of "ride or die" friends like Jay Crawford does.
Imagine spending ten years locked up for a crime you didn't commit. And then imagine having the guts to escape. And "your boys" have your back.
So many twists and turns, that I had to keep going back to the cover to make sure I was reading the same book. And just when I thought I had it solved, I didn't have it solved at all.
That's what I love about Carl Weber. He always leaves you wanting more.
On sale in bookstores, online and in print or digital. I'd suggest you buy print and digital. One to keep and share and one to read "on the run." Pun intended.
Man on the Run
by Carl Weber
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Saturday, January 7, 2017
Allen Temple Health & Social Services Ministry Presents the MLK Jr. Drum Major for Freedom Breakfast, Monday, January 16, 2017 in Oakland, California
Please join Allen Temple Health and Social Services as we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr by reflecting on "Why service still matters". Guests will enjoy opportunities to meet others within the community and hear from pioneers such as Congresswomen Barbara Lee, Former Black Panther Elaine Brown, Honorable Ron Dellums and other honorable guests. Networking from 8:30-9:00 am. Breakfast and program will begin at 9:00 am.
Special Guest Speakers: Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Hon. Ronald V. Dellums
Mistress of Ceremonies
Host, Comcast Newsmakers
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