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Memphis Mayor Violates Consent Decree & Protesters Constitutional Rights

March 11, 2019


Unless one is racist, the old adage "They shouldn't be there in the first place" wouldn't apply.  They had every right and all business to protest against the wrongs, lack of jobs and a good quality of life that Memphis (government) has imposed upon them.

After 30 yrs. Memphis Runoffs are Back but, Instant

November 18, 2018


Memphis elections for near 30 years were free of runoffs, which pitched the top two vote getters into a political race, that caused African-Americans to never elect their own as Mayor of Memphis. Otis Higgs –  In both 1975 and 1979, the three times candidate for mayor of Memphis lost in runoff elections to Wyeth Chandler.  […]

Exposed: America’s Darkest Secret

May 6, 2018


Towards the ending, people began to talk to each other, strangers started embracing the reality, and as the surreal came down, a story of pain immersed.

Would 2018 Bring in a New 9th Congressional Leader

January 1, 2018


If you live in the 9th Congressional District of Tennessee (Memphis) please take this survey on “Who would best represent the Congressional District”, 2018-2020.

“Don’t Kill, Think”: The Movie

January 6, 2017


Memphis, Tennessee is known as the home of the blues, but the city is also known as the murder center of the country, per capital. The city’s promoters and political leaders are quick to point out the city’s great and glorious musical past, Home of Blues, its heyday during the STAX revolution, Beale Street and […] […]

It was an honor to be a presenter at the Elders Speak Forum that was organized by Wallace Redd, Nataki Ajanaku, and Patricia Lee.

December 15, 2016


June 30, 2016