See Annie Ilonzeh's picture portfolio here: http://afrodaddy.com/beautiful-black-women/annie-ilonzeh
Annie Ilonzeh may not be a household name yet, but with a little luck to go along with her beauty and talent she may well be very soon. Born in 1 ...
Posted Friday, November 4th 2011 at 3:24PM
(Originally published in The AfroBlog at The Black Man Survival Guide)
The protests on Wall Street have boon going on for 2 weeks now and instead of slowing down they are picking up steam. Millions are joining the movement by marching or spreadin ...
Posted Friday, September 30th 2011 at 7:28PM
AfroDaddy.com, tagline "The Black Man Survival Guide", is a self-help website focused on providing African Americans (and particularly black men) the answers to questions about how to survive and prosper in America. Our goal is to be the #1 web reso ...
Posted Friday, September 23rd 2011 at 4:08PM
Originally posted at AfroDaddy.com: http://afrodaddy.com/The-AfroBlog/landau-eugene-murphy-winner-americas-got-talent
I'm not a big fan of television talent shows, but there is one that I do enjoy - America's Got Talent. As compared to other show ...
Posted Thursday, September 15th 2011 at 4:14PM
Originally published at http://afrodaddy.com. - With much love to Black In America...
There are so many blogs and websites out there it can get overwhelming. A lot of people out there feel they have something to say, but too many "ain't saying no ...
Posted Thursday, September 8th 2011 at 5:31PM
Just published this article over at AfroDaddy.com and wanted to share it with you here. The article contains a list of books for young black fathers to help them from the early stages of pregnancy to the stage of raising teenagers. Fatherhood is tou ...
Posted Friday, August 26th 2011 at 4:52PM
How do you know what a person is about unless you talk to them?
Many White people CAN dance and many Black people cannot
There are tall Japanese people everywhere
Some black basketball players would rather shoot over you, and some white play ...
Posted Saturday, August 20th 2011 at 5:59PM
Originally published at AfroDaddy.com: http://afrodaddy.com/inspirational-people/jay-z)
For anyone looking to find success in the rap game they would be hard pressed to find a better role model to follow than Jay Z. Born Shawn Corey Carter in Bro ...
Posted Thursday, August 11th 2011 at 2:19PM
We all know that slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, lynchings and racism put blacks at a significant sisadvantage when it comes to wealth building in America, but it seems that there is little understanding of why Black America is still so far behind ma ...
Posted Monday, August 8th 2011 at 9:59AM
The current economic downturn, combined with the recent financial meltdown and the current housing bubble has made life for many Americans difficult if not unbearable. One of the age old truths that is still holding water during this economic climat ...
Posted Monday, July 18th 2011 at 7:57PM
"Only once in your life, I truly believe, you find someone who can completely turn your world around. You tell them things that you’ve never shared with another soul and they absorb everything you say and actually want to hear more. You share hopes f ...
Posted Wednesday, July 13th 2011 at 8:31PM
(Originally posted in Inspirational People at AfroDaddy.com)
Who They Are:
February 1945 – 11 May 1981
Bob Marley (born Nesta Robert Marley) is arguably one of the most influential and popular musicians in histo ...
Posted Monday, July 11th 2011 at 4:48PM
Who They Are: Track Athlete
Born: August 31, 1955 -
Edwin Moses is a track and field athlete who undoubtedly can be considered one of the best athletes of all time. He certainly can be called one of the most successful as in the last 50 years no ...
Posted Friday, July 1st 2011 at 4:02PM
(Originally posted in The AfroBlog at AfroDaddy.com)
There are many reasons why we have created The Black Man Survival Guide, but the bottom line is that this website and this blog exist to help and inspire people to be the best they can be. To h ...
Posted Wednesday, June 29th 2011 at 4:21PM
Black role models are everywhere, and for better or for worse television is a place where many people find them. Although there are many family shows over the years, there have been far too few black family shows depicting the black family in a posi ...
Posted Friday, June 17th 2011 at 11:10PM
According to a recent story published in AllHipHopNews the shooter of Tupac Shakur in the 1994 attempted murder/robbery has confessed. Dexter Isaac, a longtime friend of James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, allegedly was paid $2,500 to kill Tupac in 199 ...
Posted Thursday, June 16th 2011 at 3:26PM
(Originally posted in The AfroBlog at http://afrodaddy.com)
The following is a true story.
During the first day of her work at her new job an elderly black woman had the pleasure and misfortune of meeting a young, upstart African American man ...
Posted Tuesday, June 14th 2011 at 6:22PM
Sometimes you read something so amazing you just need to share it. This is the latest post in Inspirational People about Satchel Paige, former Negro League turned Major League baseball player at age 42. To read the original post: http://afrodaddy.c ...
Posted Wednesday, June 1st 2011 at 8:20PM
For those who don’t know, Herman Cain wants to be president. A former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza wants to run this country. I say great. This is America and anyone is willing to try, but if Cain wants to run for president and get the vote from norma ...
Posted Monday, May 23rd 2011 at 11:43AM
Hip hop has a long and diverse history. From happy rap to political; and from gangster rap to the party jam, the music of hip hop culture has influenced every musical genre today and continues to be one of the most popular methods for self expressio ...
Posted Monday, May 16th 2011 at 10:39AM
1. Debt Since we are in America we must look at the primary means of setback for most Americans. America is designed for all adults to be in debt for most if not all of their lives. If you are over 18 and do not understand this concept then you may ...
Posted Sunday, April 24th 2011 at 4:29PM
Originally published today at The AfroBlog at http://afrodaddy.com
Turn on the TV and watch your favorite prime time shows. You wonâ€™t see too many young black women there. Look at the top 50 movies in the US. Not a single black leading lady. ...
Posted Wednesday, April 20th 2011 at 10:38AM
I get down a lot on current hip hop because I really feel that the artists have slipped a lot. What used to be revolutionary, political, fun, and interesting has degraded to one song after another glorifying gangsters and degrading women. This song ...
Posted Monday, April 18th 2011 at 5:43PM
Just posted a quiz in the AfroBlog about corporate slavery. There are several posts in The Black Man Survival Guide about this topic because people need to know about this condition, but to quickly explain: a corporate slave is someone owned by the ...
Posted Thursday, April 14th 2011 at 5:12PM
This was originally posted a few months ago but I thought I would share it with you in light of our terrible economy and our (almost) government shutdown. The post is kind of long so I will post the first part here and you can find the rest at this ...
Posted Monday, April 11th 2011 at 1:48PM