Peace Powerful People. First, I want to highlight the ‘Culture/Lifestyle’ section of this website. Not because I locate and write articles from scratch by way of my heart and post them there. The reason for this highlight is because I believe in the gems that we are dropping in that area. I believe these tools … More Recap: Link btw Artists & Depression (Anxiety Ants)
We have been talking about these things here on StreetPoetsNYC.com for a while now. Two Articles on the site stand our the most, The link between Artist and Depression , and How Complaining rewires your brain for Negativity. Who Am I? I am the Street Blogger. Bringing you news and reviews on the Artists that we know, support and vibe with in the functions. Although most of these Artists are on the underground aspects of expression, we think it’s better that way. … More Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself (StreetPoetsNYC.com)
Sometimes a Black girl needs to be snatched by another girl and told the truth, even if that black girl is herself. The scenario makes sense because sometimes we jut dont know. Not only as black women but as Human beings. Enjoy this poem by Dylema, not only should you appreciate her word play because … More ‘What If A Black Girl Knew’ Written by: Dylema (Video)
Peace. Peace. It is poems like this one that remind you to be present. To be available in reality, so that you can open up to the different aspects of the Black Woman. Enjoy.
ON FRIDAY AUGUST 28TH WE ARE HAVING A SHOW ENTITLED BLACK WALL STREET. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE THAT I HAVE SELECTED. INFORM YOURSELF OF YOUR AMERICAN HISTORY. (PHOTO) The “Little Africa” section of Tulsa, OK in flames during the 1921 race riot. Greenwood, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa, was the type of community that African … More BLACK WALL STREET: AUGUST 28TH 2015. #POETS GET READY!! NYC GET READY!!!
Claude McKay (1889 – 1948) Claude McKay was born in Jamaica, West Indies. He was educated by his older brother, who possessed a library of English novels, poetry, and scientific texts. At the age of twenty, McKay published a book of verse called Songs of Jamaica, recording his impressions of black life in Jamaica dialect. … More #YEEZYTAUGHTME STREET POET ELITE: Claude McKay