Central Park Five: The true story behind When They See Us

One spring evening in 1989, a group of around 30 teenagers were hanging out in Central Park, New York.

Some of them were causing serious trouble – including badly hurting others

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Science Explains 7 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Stop Eating Sugar

Statistics shows that over 20% of all Americans eat more than 700 calories of sugar per day. Sugar has a detrimental effect on overall health, and it’s contained in almost every food you eat.

There’s sugar in yogurt, granola bars and pasta sauces. It’s called “hidden sugar,” as explained by Elyse Powell, a doctoral

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Young Inventor From Kenya Just Invented Smart Gloves That Auto-Translate Sign Language Into Speech

More than 30 million people around the globe have speech impairments and are facing difficulties when it comes to communicating with people who have no knowledge of sign language. Roy Allela – a young and ambitious 25-year-old technology enthusiast from  Kenya recognized this problem and it paved

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Ownership is key

Few minutes ago, i got the opportunity to watch Travor Noah, a kid from South Africa who defiled all known stereotypes of African comedians to rise to fame and ultimately becoming the host of the number one talk show in US The Daily Show.
I was uncomfortable digesting some home truths. The similarities between Travor and myself was too much to take. We love to travel, tell jokes, defile stereotypes and above all make people feel better than they met us.

Watching him engage his audience with ease, reminded me he has working and not on a job. Myles Munroe once said and i paraphrase, “your career is your job, your profession, but your work is your purpose here on earth. The reason God created you in the first place.”

In comes Tyler Perry. The most successful black film maker and entrepreneur. American actor, playwright, and filmmaker. In 2011, Forbes listed him as the highest paid man in entertainment, earning $130 million USD between May 2010 and 2011, and he is currently worth $600 million. When you factor Acrimony, he will be close to the billion dollar mark.
The ACRIMONY producer for the records, owns the first wholly-black studio in America, bigger than the legendary Warner Brothers. He said, “Ownership is the key to longevity, ownership is the key to generational wealth and that’s what we need to learn as people of colour.”
Dear you, create and own a business or idea that you can transfer to generations unborn. Banish the demons of doubts and start. Starting is the first step to achieving your dreams.
I have resolved to pursue my work hoping my kids will thank me for leaving them wealth they can transfer to their kids.
Dear Future Wife, we have a lot on our hands.
With love,
Mallam Ezera