It’s Been One Whole Year Since the Great Trailer Park Conflict of 2021

Not a day goes by where I don’t think about what happened on January 6, 2021. Ok, I’m lying. Days, maybe even months, go by that I don’t even think about what happened. Usually, I tuck this day away in my “Caucasian on Caucasian Violence” folder in my file cabinet. It’s right next to my “CDC says: Fuck if I know” folder. But when I do think about it, I think about a myriad of things. I think about the toxic emissions of Waffle House Employee Meth that resonated into…

Wrongful Conviction Day: Two Years after responding to a Young Man’s Plea on Twitter, we are On the Verge of A Breakthrough in His Father’s Wrongful Conviction.

I learned that today is Wrongful Conviction Day. #WrongfulConvictionDay. This is a topic of great significance to me. 2 years ago a young man here on Twitter @jefewill_ who I didn’t know before that day Tweeted about an experience at a Prison that compelled him to look into his father’s Case in Virginia. When Will turned 18 he went to visit his father whom he had seen very few times since he was a child because his father had been incarcerated for murder since he was an infant. When Will…

Texas our Texas, Always At The Forefront Of Some Mess By K. Amara

  What can I say? There’s always one and soon others will follow suit. Texas is and has been on a MF roll and is definitely with the sh*ts! From voting rights to continuing to police a woman’s uterus, Texas clearly wants ALL the smoke. I mean legit, when Southlake has an entire specialty podcast dedicated to the shenanigous racist behavior going down in their town, you know its Michael Jackson “Bad.” Over the last month or so, our good guvna’ has implemented several pieces of legislation that really has gotten…

Mattress Money By K. Amara

Here at BWNC, there is a strong emphasis on building financial acumen to create generational wealth. So it’s only right to keep the people informed about what’s going on with their money and how it may be severely impacted so let’s get right into it. In a bipartisan effort, Uncle Joe and his colleagues on the Hill passed a bill that will take a cool $1.2 trillion to fix the infrastructure to help curb the impact of natural disasters. Think Katrina, Irma, Harvey, and other disasters like when Texas got…