Friday, August 21, 2020
Learn Practical Steps That Will Ensure Your Assets Are Protected Despite COVID-19 On The Next From The Ground UP Episode 16
Racially Attacked For Egyptian History
"I was constantly called a monkey, nigger, slave and accused of stealing history and black washing Ancient Egypt. This happened so often that it made me want to give up, I felt discouraged and figured that the world is not opening minded enough to expect the deceptions of past. My father, Emmanuel Kulu, Sr. advised me to continue the path of truth and understand those who oppose are unaware to the knowledge you have acquired in your studies," said Kulu.
Following the death of his father on September 27th, 2019, Kulu recalled the words of his father and continued his campaign of lectures titled, "The Mystery of Ancient Africa: A Stolen Legacy restored". Mr. Kulu has given many seminars and lectures in schools like the University of Buffalo, Malcolm X College, Buffalo State College, UCLA, and many other Universities and high schools. Upon his thorough research, Kulu uncovered that the original people of Egypt did not resemble those of European/ Mediterranean decent.
Thursday, August 20, 2020
Celebrity Photographer Tricia Messeroux Contributes to Black Lives Matter Movement
For the past ten years, Tricia and Toddlewood have been recreating images of Hollywood royalty, red carpet moments, movie posters, and notable moments in time. This time, as the nation focuses on advocating for social and racial justice, the creator of Toddlewood has shifted her attention away from the red carpet limelight in order to get involved in BLM in the best way she and Toddlewood know how - through a unique, creative, photographic campaign featuring Black and brown kids.
This summer, Team Toddlewood, led by photographer, Tricia Messeroux, is in full production of the "Toddlewood Engineers of Equality Project" that will recreate, with a few lucky children, over 40 iconic images of social justice heroes and sheroes both past and present. Such notables will include Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the late and great John Lewis, Angela Davis, Nina Simone, Ava Duvernay, Shaun King, Kendrick Lamar, Nelson Mandela, and more. Each child who will portray these racial and social justice icons has been meticulously chosen from over 3000 photo submissions by moms and dads from all over the United States.
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Black Comedy Podcast to Launch on Roku
This podcast is perfect for social distancing and sure to be a favorite among social media entertainment fans.
Say What? will be hosted by actor/comedian Camari Brown known for appearances on Law & Order SVU, The Backlist, and his role as the maintenance man on the hit show Checked Inn on the OWN network. Camari has written, directed, and starred in the Thugtastic comedy skits currently featured on Applause Network TV's Roku app. You may also recognize his voice as the voice over artist featured on many commercials from top brands as well as various Netflix series.