Narrative of Muslim America with Margari Hill

Narrative of Muslim America features Margari Hill, co-founder of Muslim Arc. As a student of knowledge Margari has created a meaningful space to challenge the ideals of race and power. This blog-ver-sa-tion explores her narrative in Northern California, as she speaks about personal trials growing up, and gaining her education. Learn about MuslimArc's work to educate, and equip minds with effective tools that counteracts racism. Margari Hill's narrative will describe her as... a wife, mother, and … [Read More...]


Narrative of Muslim America with Edina Lekovic Ep. 4

Narrative of Muslim America features Edina Lekovic; the Director of Policy and Programming at the Muslim Public Affairs Council. In this blog-ver-sa-tion, Edina will discuss 3 important phases of her life growing up; as the skateboarder, her college days, we were about to discuss her professional work but the conversatrion was so fun, we only discussed two interesting phases. She speaks about applying a Compassionate Leadership approach to her work, and this is how she leads against a current, … [Read More...]

Wisdom Wednesday…. Mistakes are mindful experiences

have your "mistakes" ignited a purpose?Recognizing a purpose through a decision gone wrong; is this even logic - for some it is. Our mistakes and challenges are the errors that will also form the sentences of your story; each period, comma, and exclamation - will narrate an oral narrative of … [Read More...]

Wednesday’s Wisdom… Raise, Reduce, Eliminate

There is a good percentage of people, who believe the world's morality and social conscious is now an upside down culture. Values, principles, and ethics are being re-organized to facilitate what is percieved as bias self-interest actions. Our entertainment, politics, and some organizing campaigns … [Read More...]

Wisdom Wednesday … Teaching Helplessness

Ask yourself, Are We Teaching Helplessness...Through past failures have we convinced and taught ourselves success cannot happen, or its far off? In fact we may have incubated a whole psychological philosophy, and culture around the concept of , "taught helplessness."This topic was inspired … [Read More...]

Jeff’s Commentary on LA City Tom LaBonge’s motion to ban homeless feedings!

GENERAL JEFF'S THOUGHTS ON: City of LA moves to make it ILLEGAL to feed on the streets of Los Angeles (Think: Feed homeless people)A motion led by LA City Councilman Tom LaBonge and seconded by Mitch O'Farrell is making it's way through City Hall. The motion has a few objectives, but it's main … [Read More...]

Bulletpoints of an Urban Thought

“the State of Poverty and its pressure, births an unique willingness to alleviate its bonds”Having been given an opportunity to survive an urban environment; it raises a person’s self-awareness to escape poverty, by having the following traits develop:• Survival: create a foundation for susta … [Read More...]

Ramadan… after Day 29

Remaining in Ramadan after Ramadan....after Day 29, this has been on my mind since 2010Ramadan activates one's sincerity, subsequently while preserving oneself with patience. Fasting enriches our piety, intensifying our spiritual parts for acts of goodness. Fasting, a grateful reminder for what … [Read More...]

Pause for this Brief Conscious Break

We break your regular programming for this brief conscious break.... The urban community is being attacked through suggestive language that is manipulating mentals around the world. The clash of historical influences are at odds. One side is justifying their decision making and re-enforcing … [Read More...]

Wednesday Wisdom Remembering Injustice

Remember Natasha Harling, 15 year old urban youth, shot and killed by a store owner. The store owner, Soon Ja Du; was only fined, given probation and community service for killing Natasha.15 days after the shooting and killing of Natasha, we witnessed the video beaten of Rodney King, by Los … [Read More...]