Kalimah Priforce wonders: where are the startups of color?
“Apparently, life doesn’t wait until we are ready.”
Education technology is marginalizing less-privileged, minority children, Kalmah Priforce writes.
"Kalimah Priforce is a madman on a mission to transform children's lives as co-founder at Qeyno Labs---which works with local schools and partners to make "career day" an everyday experience for the millions of students that cannot afford private college and career guidance. He is also an educator-in-residence for the Oakland-based "Hidden Genius Project", a program that trains black male youth in entrepreneurial thinking, software development, and user experience design. He can be reached at @priforce on twitter."
When Kalimah Priforce was eight years old and in foster care, he got more books the only way he could. He went on a hunger strike.
Having lived in the United States for a few months I feel confident enough to consider popularly held perceptions of its males to those of England.
Is it really “too controlling” to discourage your kids from looking at porn?
They totally just wanted an excuse for an epic lightsaber battle.
Strength training only gets more important as we age, these folks prove it’s never too late to start doing it.
There is a seeming pause to the springtime growth here in the Dehesa.
Pausing to think before saying something requires self-control in the short run but long-term results will prove very satisfying.
As men, women, parents, and compassionate and understanding humans, how would you protect her when it comes to the “bathroom debate”?
‘Miles Ahead’, the excellent newly released Miles Davis biopic, will stay with you long after you leave the movie theater.
What does it say that Donald Trump in 2016 has passed Mitt Romney’s vote total from 2012?
The best, most memorable lyrics can take on new meaning as we run through life.
Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.
What guy hasn’t heard those six little words, “I just need you to listen?”
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?