I’m in a Place…

I've never submitted any type of spoken word or poetic anthology on this blog. I've presented before, unaware that I even had it in me. This time, I completely felt let to post this, maybe for you...maybe for me. I’m in the Place It’s an obscure Place at best, something that can’t be defined by … Continue reading I’m in a Place…

This school year will go like this…

  Today was the first day back to school for teachers. Truth be told is I'm really not ready for the 22nd of August since it's the first day for actual students. Look here (*pulls glasses over nose...that's if I had a pair),  after the previous year, I was a bit apprehensive about spending another year at this … Continue reading This school year will go like this…

Rudi Giuliani’s insensitive comment/”Black Lives Matter is racist!”

  This week, I heard Rudi Giuliani state that the Black Lives Matter movement is racist and emphasized his critique that all lives matter as his radical announcement that black folks are somehow irrelevant. Come on, the Mayor for the largest demographically diverse city? It looks like his panties are in a bit of a bunch! Get over … Continue reading Rudi Giuliani’s insensitive comment/”Black Lives Matter is racist!”

Interview exclusive: The power of the spoken word…

I recently interviewed Murray Shiraz, a spoken word enthusiast in Kampala. I met Murray through a Facebook connect before arriving here due to my interest in developing productive relationships with intellectually motivated individuals who have a direct and positive impact on the empowerment of the Kampala community. Through his culture awareness, youth appreciation and love … Continue reading Interview exclusive: The power of the spoken word…