June 14, 2020
Dark Chocolate: A Dedication to Resilience in the African Diaspora
I'm sharing this poem I wrote called Dark Chocolate a few weeks ago which was posted on our social channels but I never posted here. Here's the video we posted on Instagram...
February 11, 2020
In the words of Zulia María Mena García, "... Ser negro es una cultura..." (To be black is a culture)
In the words of Zulia María Mena García, "… Ser negro es una cultura, es sentir que uno tiene vida". The well-known activist in Colombia is the face of many efforts to uplift much of the Afro-Colombian community.
african diaspora, afro-latino history, black history, current heroes, knowledge, latino history
February 01, 2020
Celebrating The Pioneer of Black History Month– Carter Godwin Woodson
Over the course of the month, we will be highlighting some notable black figures within our global African diaspora in hopes that we inspire each other from our past achievements and continue this celebration throughout the year.
african diaspora, black history, famous writers, history, knowledge
January 26, 2020
Happy Chinese New Year 2020! Just One of many Lunar New Years being celebrated in the Year of the Rat
Happy Chinese New Year Everyone! It is officially the "Year of The Rat". Festivities for the Chinese New Year started yesterday on January 25th. This part of the Chinese New Year is called the Spring Festival.
asian, history, knowledge
December 05, 2019
Irving Burgie, Lord Burgess, Blessed Us With A Little Piece of Rhythm, Heart and Dance
Irving Burgie, also known to many as Lord Burgess, was the life behind the early music exposure that America had to Caribbean music. Burgie, born on July 28th, 1924 in Brooklyn, NY, wrote a total of 34 songs for Harry Belafonte. On the Calypso album, which included Day-O, Burgie wrote...
caribbean music, history, knowledge, music
December 01, 2019
Remembering Native American Indian Heritage Month
This blog post is a month late but it's always better late than never. As some may have known, November was Native American Indian Heritage Month. It is a full month dedicated to celebrating and acknowledging the native people of the United States. The term "Indian" actually originated with Christopher...
knowledge, native american
October 19, 2019
I AM HUMAN Collection: Genomics, Genetics and Why
Happy Saturday People! We are so excited about our recent I AM HUMAN Collection and this blog post– our first of many! Hopefully, you enjoy the ride and find what we contribute to your wealth of knowledge intriguing and engage in our "Life in PrinCple". It will be a mix...
knowledge, new product, science