When conflict or misunderstanding or any tomfoolery shows up, it is time for one or both of the involved parties to make a commitment to either gain more skills or set a more defined boundary.
When creating something remarkable, it would be wise to keep these four questions in the forefront of your “good intentions” (wanting to give back mindset).
You can’t create anything of any substance if you are whining about your life and sweating about your unpaid bills and all of the resources that you are unable to exploit.
So much of our health and the choices that we make on a daily basis have a profound effect on our livelihood.
If we really want to move forward and make some changes, we’ve got to get and keep our minds together.
Geography – Africa is a Continent
Black brilliance and social capital.
When we choose fear over action and immobilization over momentary embarrassment, we run the risk of losing an entire generation to something that is completely preventable.
Financial Literacy for grown folks.
Young people need our guidance and love and most importantly our willingness to own up to and self-correct our mistakes.
By teaching critical thought we do not limit nor eliminate certain types of artistry, we expand thinking and usher in greater and more complex thinking and creativity.
Anthony Carter grew up in a homophobic home and never imagined he’d get married in front of his family. Here’s what happened.
Much of our collective suffering and inability to rethink solutions and possible outcomes have their root in the seduction and performance that is whiteness.
With a clear-cut objective (for all community members)that involves becoming and staying emotionally healthy, we can collectively move forward and demand that those with power share it.
It’s time we see men who don’t always have the answers … and that be okay.
Anthony Carter suggests you ask yourself “What can you offer that will change someone?”