AE Notables 10.29: Make Some Noize

Normally AE Notables feature multiple subjects worthy of our attention, but today I choose to highlight something too big to fit into a one paragraph summary in a post shared with others. Black Noize Media represents more than a cool thing of the Internets. Thus its revolutionary existence should be celebrated alone. So What Is... Continue Reading →

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Level Up: An Analysis of the World of Side-Pieces

Written By A. McRae. Homewrecker. Desperate. Lonely. Ugly. Hoe. Broke. There are just a few words used to describe women who involve themselves with someone else’s man. I recently realized that side-chicks are more prominent than I originally believed. Many posts/memes fill the spaces of Twitter and Instagram, and I find myself holding many conversations about... Continue Reading →

AE Notables 9.11 : Music Celebration

Music constantly updates itself, thanks to internet access. Sometimes it's hard for me to stay caught up so I tend to stick with what I know - the safe and well-known sounds of yester-year. Yes I called it yester-year. No, yester-year doesn't stay the same. I'm not the 50-year old relative holding one to the ONE... Continue Reading →

Recommended Read: The Color Purple

Title: The Color Purple Author: Alice Walker Year Published: 1982 Notable Quote: "She say, Miss Celie, You better hush. God might hear you. Let 'im hear me, I say. If he ever listened to poor colored women the world would be a different place, I can tell you." Get It Now: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kindle The Color... Continue Reading →

AE Notables: 4.17

(Aspiring Everything notes the things of the Internet world that was barely noticed because of the media spinning the same stories all the time. Notables provoke thought, laughter, rage, tears and so much more. Shedding a light unto what was left in the darkness is liable to incite feelings you never knew.) 1. "I Luh God"... Continue Reading →

Out N About: #March4KJ with The CommUNITY

Last Monday - April 6 - I joined a group of Atlanta-based activists  (members of The CommUNITY) on the last day of their March for Kendrick Johnson. For the march, nine warriors walked from Atlanta to Valdosta, GA, Kendrick Johnson's hometown. They walked 17 miles a day for three days and planned to deliver a letter of... Continue Reading →

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