How a shared mindset shapes an entire generation.
Charlottesville Is Not Unique, but a Reminder of America’s Ignored History
By Jamari Jordan Often, religion is a touchy subject. When God, Jesus, or the Bible enter the conversation, people begin … Continue Reading L5: Gary Hawkins Jr. – The Timeline Preacher
By Jamari Jordan You never forget your first. It’s something to remember. The first time you hear that sweet sound. … Continue Reading L5 – Tevin Reeves: Like Thomas
In this piece, I take a look at President Obama and what his presidency meant to me…
By Jamari Jordan This is very hard for me. Peyton Manning is the reason I got into watching the NFL. … Continue Reading Why Rodgers-Ryan Could Be This Generation’s Brady-Manning….
By Jamari Jordan Miss America can I get a second of your time? No one quite admires your beauty and strength quite like I You are quite remarkable in every way But, why don’t you feel the same about … Continue Reading Miss America
By Jamari Break from the permanent for 15 seconds of the temporary To get away is to fly and to come back is being shot down. A place of solace from the gain The alternative method of fate … Continue Reading Daydreaming
By iJ three words eight letters three equal syllables followed by a moment of silence. Your heart beats erratically, Mine off its rhythm the same. A pen drop would mimic guns blazing. A sound more pleasant than the … Continue Reading Moment of Silence
Dear UGA, The greatest thing I’ve ever done in my life is become a Georgia Bulldawg. Often, People question the … Continue Reading Dear UGA
By Jamari Jordan Not everyone gets a seat at the dinner table, but what is unfortunate is the fact that … Continue Reading A Seat at The Table
By iJ I walked over to your table palms sweating, heart pacing Pulled out pen & paper, hands trembling “May I take your order,” I said stumbling You said to me, “Can I have a real man?” You said you … Continue Reading The Waiter
By Jamari Jordan The victor returns home from his travels Yet, things just aren’t the same as it once was Activities which were once joyous, now just bore Memories which left one full, now have left a hungering for … Continue Reading Homecoming
By Jamari Jordan Dear #ConcernedStudent1950, I’ve never actually been in love. With a person at least. I don’t know what … Continue Reading #WordToMizzou
By Jamari Jordan The ultimate goal is move forward But, how can I if I don’t know where I’m moving to Then, doubt creeps in and finds a home in my dreams Now, like a visiting relative, it just won’t … Continue Reading The Drifter.
By Jamari Jordan This past weekend, I helped guide 20+ accepted African American males around the University of Georgia … Continue Reading Dream On.