Black Democrats vs Black Republicans

Let’s Breath…. No disrespect to those in that support the Black Culture. Those who has actually put in foot work to make sure that Blacks receive the opportunity set forth by the balance of our great universe. So far and so if, Thank You. Now to the point, I can’t be the only one that’sContinue reading “Black Democrats vs Black Republicans”

The Pressure Of Returning To School

https://achor.fm/james-fletcher-jr/episode/Wheres-My-Coffee-The-Pressure-Of -Returning-To-School-eksi9a Join me in this Podcast as I try to understand the (ATF) pressure of returning to school and what or how we could go about help and making it more comfortable for education to continue.

Where’s My Coffee?

I am a little concerned. And our communities should be as well. And in this time of pandemic turmoil, the one’s that will suffer is our children. And it’s starting to seem like with all our adult decisions our children become less important. Apart of this is education. For years our school systems have sufferedContinue reading “Where’s My Coffee?”

Where’s My Coffee with guest Daryl Fletcher Sr.

On today’s episode, I sit with my Uncle taking in his wisdom and advice as I always have. He sure with the world not just his accomplishments but loses. His struggle as a trouble youth and transitioning into the man he is today. I always thought oh my uncle as the O.G out of myContinue reading “Where’s My Coffee with guest Daryl Fletcher Sr.”

Where’s My Coffee…!

Join me Saturday morning on ‘Where’s My Coffee’ with special guest Mr. Darrell Fletcher Sr, as we discus Growing up in Baltimore, transitioning from a trouble child, Being Married, the loss of his oldest son to gang violence and setting a good example for younger Black men. Check us out on YouTube ‘Where’s My Coffee’.

Black Love. Black Relationship. Black Families.

To be honest, the segment on Captain Hunter’s Podcast bothered me. I thought we were trying to get to a bottom-line, a resolution to the struggle of Black relationships. Was I prepared? Yes, for my appearance. But knowing actually where the conversation would go. There were no actual questions. I guess our prospective were sufficientContinue reading “Black Love. Black Relationship. Black Families.”