It was a good day in Los Angeles. Actually, it had been a great day. I woke up early, got a 2-hour gym session in, and then headed to Silver Lake for a noontime brunch with my girlfriend and a group of friends. Celebrating a friend’s birthday, we toasted mimosas, ate good food, and had deep … More How I Got Pulled Over Last Night… And Why I Cried.
This was a facebook post of mine that I typed up on this past father’s day. I was told that more need to hear it. So here it is… _____________________________ Deep breath… Okay, I’m ready. Happy Father’s day to everyone! But I would like to take this Father’s day do something that I can’t even … More Sometimes I feel… Like A Fatherless Child.
Introduction In Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, King used an evocative rhetoric and extensive vocabulary to exclaim a message of equality and freedom. Quoting the declaration of Independence, he spoke of his hope that America would develop into a nation, working on grounds that “all men are created equal”. … More Black Boys in Peril: A Literary Review of Authors Analyzing Issues For Young Black Males in K-8 Education