Respect For Women 1: Appreciation Of The Sanctity of Our Growing Forms

​​ Click here to link to the abstract: Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B Ladies and gentleman, i have been convicted of a violent felony in the State of New York for attempted assault against the married woman I was dating and living off of at the time in Harlem. I completed five years probation with NYSDOP on November 6th 2010. I now see the … Continue reading Respect For Women 1: Appreciation Of The Sanctity of Our Growing Forms

International Collaborative Enterprises

An article I red [Ed.: preferred spelling] on September 8th, 2015 suggested ocean waste was collecting in a single oceanic phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean.  Pacific Trash Swirl @ AP September 8th 2015 But If The date is also the 5-year anniversary of my recording and publishing “SHINE001”. ON THE PACIFIC TRASH SWIRL I saw articles from Oprah.com, The Daily Mail and the Seattle Times … Continue reading International Collaborative Enterprises

Building Respect…. “Half (an Hour)” – On International Relations and Gender Equality

Alaska, New Mexico and Maine are numbers 1, 2, & 3 in American domestic violence cases. Number 4 is a state I have visited: Vermont. For number 5 and the rest of the bottom 11, click here. January 20 2016 II – Half (an Hour) Continue reading Building Respect…. “Half (an Hour)” – On International Relations and Gender Equality

Statement on Defense and Peace: Responding to the CNN GOP Presidential Debate on National Defense

We absolutely need every capable person, and, most essential to peace, we need every person capable. Continue reading Statement on Defense and Peace: Responding to the CNN GOP Presidential Debate on National Defense

Studying Our Successes

Full of programs and approaches that work. 800 weeks, a figure mentioned by OECD’s head. 800 weeks to eradicate global poverty. This is exactly what political will is for, issues like the crime of poverty… Development Cooperation Report OECD 2015 Continue reading Studying Our Successes

Americans across the nation declare their candidacy and fitness for leadership: Show Your Tell

Eight years ago, I wrote to the candidate who became President, Barack Hussein Obama. I urged him not to contribute to the “all talk” approach of the politigentsia (the politicos so entrenched they are nearly a ruling class) by wasting money on ads, when Black people (in the racialized, unfair America in which I was raised) and small towns were in such a desperate state. … Continue reading Americans across the nation declare their candidacy and fitness for leadership: Show Your Tell

Connecting the Dots: From the U.N.’s Work with Small Island Developing States

UPDATE: 11 December 2015 SIDS Sustainable Development Framework released- Small Island implementation plan for SD Goals create a steering committee and annual accountability meeting, among other actions https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?page=view&nr=1009&type=230&menu=2059 Social development in SIDS, Health and NCDs, Youth and Women 2 September, 15:00–18:00 Social development is a driving force for sustainable development and calls for a social capital framework based on community trust, social justice, social inclusion, … Continue reading Connecting the Dots: From the U.N.’s Work with Small Island Developing States