Tag: Black San Diego

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Hustlers vs. Entrepreneurs: Which One Are You? Hustlers vs. Entrepreneurs. The two are pretty much the same thing, right? Wrong! While I would say that it is pretty safe to assume that most entrepreneurs are natural hustlers, I would also say that most hustlers will never become entrepreneurs. You see, hustlers are missing a few

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4th Amendment is Never Mentioned

The use of the 4th Amendment properly and thus understanding that there must be Probable Cause to take out their handcuffs, place them around someone’s wrist; detain them, then remove their person

Are You HIGH ENOUGH?

California Cannabis legalization leaves little room for small business and entrepreneurs.

The March for Black Women

 The March for Black Women…Lit a Fire Under San Diego On Saturday, March 10, 2018, over 300 San Diegans of all ages, sizes, races, and religions showed up on the corner of Euclid Ave. and Logan in Southeast San Diego to stand in solidarity with Black Women. The March for Black Women San Diego (#M4BWSD)

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The Gold Standard of Journalism

The Life of the Man Lerone Bennett Jr. was the gold standard for Black journalists and historians. As Amiri Baraka once eulogized James Baldwin, Bennett “traveled the world like its historian and its biographer.” People remember “Before the Mayflower,” but they might have forgotten that Bennett once shared a jeep with the SNCC activists in

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San Diego’s Own Afro Story

53 years ago, the Afro- comb and the Afro hairstyle was born. Black San Diego, bred and cultivated the commerce version of what Africa had developed well over 12,500 years prior. Implements of mastery; in the beauty sense; it is not merely the aweness of our blackness nor the wonderous African behavioral traits that is

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Afrofuturism: reimagining science and the future from a black perspective

Afrofuturism Steven W Thrasher  @thrasherxy Given the frequency with which we see black people in the United States being killed or attacked by police for protesting, it’s no surprise that a packed house turned out on Thursday night at Civic Hall in New York City to attend the panel Afrofuturism: Imagining the Future of Black Identity. Right now,

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