Anthony Carter suggests you ask yourself “What can you offer that will change someone?”
When fear rears its head, it’s time for self-examination.
We are all influenced and shaped by images we witness.
We are not obliged to a life of labored living because of our skin color.
Let’s stop allowing media to raise our children.
Stop worrying about what white folks think or feel about you.
Many smart, well-meaning people are terribly confused about feminism and its power.
Whatever group you belong to and the fact that you are human provides the impetus for dominating.
Rather than wait for a legal change that may or may not affect you, make the decision that all life is valid and precious and allowing its destruction is evil and cowardly.
Truth telling reminds us that while we can accomplish many things
Anthony Carter shares his Amish-inspired spending plan that would create impressive results.
Want to change the world for your children? Begin by changing YOUR world.
We can adopt the same belief system, change our thinking about money and design a system that demands the end to black men as targets.
A small group gets their hearts touched and then takes action.
We don’t need more artists talking. We need more artists with something to say.
It’s time we see men who don’t always have the answers … and that be okay.