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What's in a Word?

Started Nov 26, 2017 0 Replies

There is significant discourse on political correctness. Some argue we taken it too far. Others say we have not gone far enough. Although some people may have taken this construct to the extreme,…Continue

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White Power v Black Power: Don’t Get it Twisted

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya Feb 24, 2017. 2 Replies

During the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, a number of radical groups, like the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), have risen from the shadows.  The American people are now calling this group “White Power”…Continue

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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya replied to TheBlackList News's discussion Why More Young Black People Are Trading In Church for African Spirituality
"It always amazes me that young people treat their discoveries as though they are new.  Nothing is new under the sun and especially not traditional African religions.  Young people, study what happened in the 1960s in the Cultural…"
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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya commented on TheBlackList-Publisher's blog post Black Conservatives: Obamacare Individual Mandate Repeal: House of Representatives Should Follow Senate Lead
"You are suggesting that the government terminates insurance for millions of vulnerable people! What kind of heart do you have?....or are you a troll?"
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Arlene Johnson commented on Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya's blog post Sexual Harassment: Who is the Villain?
"I just wanted to make a point about feminism because it was created. See this video where I have listed the topics it covers below it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=YGAaPjqdbgQ 1:35:46Topics:1. IRS can't tax your…"
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What’s in a Word?

There is significant discourse on political correctness. Some argue we taken it too far. Others say we have not gone far enough. Although some people may have taken this construct to the extreme, there is substantial justification for tailoring one’s language (and behavior). Words hurt, and the negative effects can stay with you for years. The use of offensive language continues. Three examples of such terms are: • Tribalism, • Banana Republic, and • Voodoo Economics.Joe Scarborough of Morning…See More
Nov 29, 2017

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Richard Younge commented on Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya's blog post Sexual Harassment: Who is the Villain?
"Both of these sisters are insightful and correct for women:  One in a perfect world, the other in a practical world.  However, the problem lies in the law, so it is appropriate for the politicians to be mired in a mess of their own…"
Nov 27, 2017
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"I agree with most of what you are saying.  Your analysis of the social, political, anthropological and sexual realities of modern America are well expressed. I also believe that we as women must take matters into our own hands in terms of the…"
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Sexual Harassment: Who is the Villain?

Women must stop portraying themselves as perpetual victims. As an African American woman, I have been more oppressed by women than men. So, women, stop the sanctimonious attitude!This essay is commentary on the recent revelations and accusations of sexual harassment, rape, and pedophilia committed by powerful men.  It attempts to put this problem into context. First, with exception of the second woman who accused Congressman Al Franklen of improper behavior, I believe the women who have come…See More
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What's in a Word?

There is significant discourse on political correctness. Some argue we taken it too far. Others say we have not gone far enough. Although some people may have taken this construct to the extreme, there is substantial justification for tailoring one’s language (and behavior). Words hurt, and the negative effects can stay with you for years. The use of offensive language continues. Three examples of such terms are: • Tribalism, • Banana Republic, and • Voodoo Economics.Joe Scarborough of Morning…See More
Nov 26, 2017

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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya commented on SendMeYourNews's blog post Black Conservatives Credit Trump Policies for Helping Create 17-Year Low in Black Unemployment.
"You're kidding, right? The numbers are down because of the work of the Obama Administration, which pulled this country from the brink of a depression. Trump has been in office only 10 months and he has done NOTHING to improve the lives of Black…"
Oct 18, 2017

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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya replied to KWASI Akyeampong's discussion Flags and anthems are symbols of idol-worship - The-State-As-GOD. Flags are holdover symbols of blood thirsty FRATRICIDAL aristocrats in the group Otherwise: Ruminations of an otherwise.
"Good point, but it has nothing to do with protest.  "
Oct 10, 2017

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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya replied to TheBlackList-Publisher's discussion Petition Effort Wins Smithsonian Recognition for Justice Clarence Thomas at the National African American Museum of History and Culture
"So what? There are a lot of people who are traitors to their race. He should not be honored just because he is Black and powerful. That's not necessarily something I want our children to aspire to. You must have values that anchor you. Should…"
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Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya replied to TheBlackList-Publisher's discussion Petition Effort Wins Smithsonian Recognition for Justice Clarence Thomas at the National African American Museum of History and Culture
"This is a travesty led by White supremacists who think they know better than Black people. As a Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas has done NOTHING that has benefited the lives of Black people. He hates himself and he hates Black people. That he…"
Oct 4, 2017

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I am a longtime activist who is President and CEO of Sokoya Enterprises. I hold a doctorate degree in Higher Education Administration, a masters degree in Business and Public Administration and an undergraduate degree in Social Work. I am a certified diversity trainer, a mediator, an infant massage instructor, and a facilitator of discussion groups on bigotry. I have received numerous awards and citations for her work in innovative program development to combat domestic violence and is listed in Who's Who in Executives & Professionals.

A longtime social work practitioner and grassroots organizer, I have worked as a school social worker and a family life educator, has developed and administered a number of psycho-social programs for youth (i.e., Science of Living Curriculum), was the chief executive officer of a private school for inner city residents in Newark, New Jersey; and,worked for several years on the national level for a national health organization and a professional membership organization. As Executive Director of the Children’s Trust Fund, I was the driving force in development of Parents Anonymous® parent mutual support groups in the District of Columbia.

Because of my concern regarding education, I returned to school in 2006 to obtain a doctoral degree to enable me to serve as a bridge from high school to college for youth from low income families. The title of my dissertation is A Historical Analysis of the Contribution of the Black Power Movement to Higher Education, 1960-1980. I have worked as an adjunct professor at the Sojourner Douglass College in Annapolis, MD.

During prior employment and through my position as Chair of the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence’s Multi-Cultural Task Force, I developed a service model for African American women who are victims of domestic violence and a domestic violence prevention model for African American children and youth. I provided leadership on the Task Force to offer cultural competency training for domestic violence service providers and court interpreters throughout Maryland.

Following is a list of some of the groups to which I belong or have been active:

! Association for the Study of Higher Education;
! Mayor’s (DC) Advisory Committee on Child Abuse
and Neglect, Acting Chair;
! National Alliance of Children’s Trust Funds, Board
Member;
! National Council on Strengthening Families, Board
Member;
! Parents Anonymous ®, Inc.
! Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Center’s Child
Protection Mediation Program;
! International Association of Infant Massage;
! National Multi-Cultural Institute, Advisory Board
Member;
! Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence, Past
President; Chair, Multi-Cultural Task Force;
! Metropolitan Washington DC Public Health
Association, Past President;
! Leadership Prince George's Alumnus;
! Leadership Anne Arrundel, Alumnus;
! Maryland Association of Non-Profit Organizations,
Past Secretary; Member of the Ethics
Committee;
! National Association of Black Social Workers, and
! Who's Who in Executives & Professionals.
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What’s in a Word?

Posted on November 26, 2017 at 3:29pm 0 Comments

There is significant discourse on political correctness. Some argue we taken it too far. Others say we have not gone far enough. Although some people may have taken this construct to the extreme, there is substantial justification for tailoring one’s language (and behavior). Words hurt, and the negative effects can stay with you for years. The use of offensive language continues. Three examples of such terms are:

• Tribalism,

• Banana Republic, and

• Voodoo Economics.

Joe…

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Sexual Harassment: Who is the Villain?

Posted on November 26, 2017 at 3:19pm 4 Comments

Women must stop portraying themselves as perpetual victims. As an African American woman, I have been more oppressed by women than men. So, women, stop the sanctimonious attitude!

This essay is commentary on the recent revelations and accusations of sexual harassment, rape, and pedophilia committed by powerful men.  It attempts to put this problem into context. First, with exception of the second woman who accused Congressman Al Franklen of improper behavior, I believe the women who…

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The Fascist Protest in Charlottesville, VA: A Message for White America

Posted on August 14, 2017 at 10:37am 0 Comments

First, I do not hate White people. I do view with disdain their collective actions/oppression of African Americans in the past. I also am strongly opposed to the beliefs of the KKK, Neo-Nazis, Fascists, and other groups that align with them. But, this essay is not about that, not exactly. Racism and bigotry are part of the American fabric. They have been around and have thrived since the beginnings of this country starting with the massacre of Native Americans. Globally, they have even…

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The Shame of the Civil Rights Movement

Posted on January 12, 2017 at 10:41am 3 Comments

Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement are colluding with media to rewrite history – yes, rewrite history.  Both entities assert that all of Black activism during the 1960s and 1970s was part of the Civil Rights Movement.  They have even coined the period, the Civil Rights Era.  There were other movements going on during the same period as the Civil Rights Movement.  Just as (some say) the Civil Rights Movement is the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther…

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