Bad Bunny was the most streamed artist of 2020 on Spotify. The 26-year-old Puerto Rican “Latin trap rapper,” (I am a little confused by these musical genres), who also knows how to sport some very fancy clothes, earned more than 8.3 billion streams of his material. He’s a millionaire. Why do I mention Bad Bunny, … More Daddy U-Roy: Delighting in the Music
The JN Foundation is recruiting revolutionaries… education revolutionaries, that is. These fierce-looking rebels in camouflage are in fact school principals, who are campaigning in support of the Foundation’s iLead Project (read more at www.jnfoundation.com/ilead). It has been said many times that strong direction and focus are needed as a firm foundation for the education of our children … More A Revolution is Coming… An Education Revolution, That Is!
During my social media wanderings recently, I took note of two Black Britons – very different from each other. Now, these are not your average Black Britons. They are celebrities. It always seemed to me that if you were black and living in the UK, you were either (A) a celebrity, or B) of no … More Two Black Britons – With More Than Talent
This two-minute flavor of the film touches on its beauty and complexity. Look it up on YouTube and read my review. A very powerful film about music, freedom, and the eternal tenaciousness and hope of youth under a repressive regime. No One Knows About Persian Cats – Official Trailer, posted with vodpod