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David Gordon August 20, 2014
There Are Real People Behind The Headlines

Social media has come to redefine our interpersonal relationships today. Never has this been more apparent than what I’ve seen yesterday. Due to my own life struggles, I am notorious for not keeping in contact with people. I think of them often, but I can’t bring myself to actually call, write, and most certainly not visit. […]

Flag of Israel July 29, 2014
From Where Do You Get Your Opinions On Israel?

This is going to be a difficult post to write. For the past month, there’s been a lot of frightening news coming out of Israel. It all began with the kidnapping of three Israeli teenage boys, which ended badly. Hamas was blamed…and (more) rockets flew. My own personal relationship with Israel is complex. Like many […]

Rambam July 7, 2014
Protected: Private Post On Judaism

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

gay marriage April 5, 2014
Should Your Politics Interfere With Your Career?

A couple of days ago I saw friends on Facebook encouraging a boycott of Firefox/Mozilla due to their appointment of Brendan Eich, a man who publicly opposes gay marriage. When Eich resigned a day or so later, there were some fist pumps and celebration across social media. I however stayed quiet. I didn’t see any […]

The Beatles with hats February 17, 2014
A Black History Month Hat Tip to The Beatles

A few years ago, it became a little bit of a buzz when the Beatles performance contract from 1965 specified that they could not be forced to perform in front of a segregated audience in the US. John Lennon is quoted as saying: “We never play to segregated audiences and we aren’t going to start […]

Black Woman Tweeting January 5, 2014
Black People Do Social Media Differently

One of the key collections of data for digital marketers is social media demographics. Once you know who your target market is, then you need to find out where they hangout online. However, that is really just the tip of the iceberg. You also need to find out some information regarding how they utilize social […]

Races by Egyptians November 7, 2013
Why We Believe That Some Races Are Smarter Than Others

This is a very difficult topic to talk about…but I am going to try. I recently had a conversation where the topic was intelligence among the races….specifically between White people and Black people. Of course my stance was that race has no tie into intelligence, an opinion that is also shared by the American Anthropological […]

Marie Laveau October 18, 2013
Historical Inaccuracies In American Horror Story: Coven

First of all, I just love American Horror Story. The show is amazing…simply put. If Jessica Lange doesn’t win every eligible award out there, than the establishment is just incredibly out of touch. Ok, so enough with that. This is not what this blog post is about. It is about something that I heard in […]

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