Hopeful But Hopeless : The Real Playing Fields of African American Men

Numerous surveys, reports, articles, studies, and documentaries speak of the depressing state of African American males, who some theorists believe are in the process of systematic extinction much like other species across the earth. Despite these depressing reports, delusional African… Continue Reading

Education as an Elitist Divide: Who Cares About our Schools in Any Election?

America’s compulsory school system  was never intended to actually educate its citizens. Government sponsored education has been implemented for thousands of years, though it was the efficiency and results from the Prussians in the 19th century that America adopted. Prussia… Continue Reading

The Death of a Gorilla : Four Things I Learned from Harambe as an African American

Four Things I Learned from Harambe

A moment of silence for HARAMBE. A few weeks ago,  an ape was murdered for being at the wrong place at the wrong time which eerily sounds like the lives of so many African American males. A toddler entered the… Continue Reading

Marcus Garvey Remembered: Lessons of Self-Love, Courage, and Perserverance

Livity.Info Marcus Garvey

No one remembers old Marcus Garvey— Burning Spear. While many people have heard of Marcus Garvey, very few are aware of the magnitude of his accomplishments. Garvey was a visionary leader, industrious and one of America’s greatest orators of the… Continue Reading



  WRITTEN BY: LIVITY The Rastafari movement, best referred to as  “Rasta” or “Rastafari”, is often associated with a perceived  lifestyle  of dreadlocks, proliferation of the green, red and yellow colors, habitual marijuana use, Reggae music and bingis  and the… Continue Reading

Too Stressed to be Blessed: The Epidemic of Depression and Anxiety Crippling America.

Depression, Anxiety

This article is not one to tell you some secret remedy to overcome your struggles with anxiety or depression. The harsh reality for most is they will succumb to their battle with the “blues.” Unbeknownst to them, the society we… Continue Reading

Keeping Up with the Joneses and Paying for The House of Louis Vuitton.

Keeping Up with the Joneses

The ancient financial exchange known as bartering is only spoken of by historians, pseudo-historians and those looking for a return to a mythical Utopian society where monetary exchange doesn’t exist. A man’s word no longer matters. Financial institutions rely on… Continue Reading