In the latest in my series “Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents” I talk with Shariya’ Gray – The Black-Matician. If you enjoy this video please tell your friends and share this page.
Children don’t learn to lie and mask their feelings until adults school them in ways to deceive and manipulate. On a daily basis, I am surrounded with and interact with small children between the ages of four and eight. These remarkable creatures have taught me a great deal about being a better human being who… Read More »
Please join me in an intimate chat with my friend, Aaron Wilson. A chance encounter a little over a year ago provided me with an additional ally in my quest for world domination. Here we discuss music, solitude, self esteem and my two favorite topics: focus and building productive support networks.
Psst.. I have a secret to share. I’ve dabbled in Six Stupid Money Mistakes that kept me broke and courting homelessness. Money is scary, confusing and a topic most of us avoid and obsess about. Here’s my offer of hope and the belief that you can recreate your life despite disastrous money mistakes. Money makes us… Read More »
Mark S. King is a writer, activist and overall great guy. We met a decade ago and he encouraged me to share my thoughts (on life as a black, gay middle aged man) online. Mark continues to challenge all forms of domination. Recently, the Association of LGBTQ journalists presented King with the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for the LGBTQ… Read More »
Craig is a writer and social activist. He is committed to Black Gay Men living and loving well. In the tradition of Essex Hemphill, Marlon Riggs and Isaac Julien, this is a man whose life has weight and meaning. Sit back. Listen and prepare to be schooled. Visionaries and Truthtellers is a series of conversations with… Read More »
It is always exciting to meet other black men committed to transforming themselves and the world. Please listen as we discuss millennials, education, great intergenerational relationships and how we can “Ask the Old Guy” for insight and get tools to create and sustain change. Enjoy!
When I was in D.C. last Spring , it dawned on me that I was periodically scrambling to move money from one account to another to pay for an overdraft of mine. Because I’m paid twice a month, I looked at when certain charges and autopays were being deducted. Check one covered credit cards, streaming… Read More »
About twenty years ago, I grew a set of larger-than-normal nuts and decided to write and perform characters. Each character was bright, witty, and interesting with something to say. Each character was also a personality that would have been denied the opportunity to share their story -to live and speak. The powers that be tried… Read More »
When we look at our (I’m including myself in this pile of foolishness) dumb actions that invite drama and upset, we need to look no further than credit card due dates a lack of F#%k You Coins and of course most Americans Achilles heel- buying more crap. My first point-know your credit card due dates.… Read More »