Entries by Dr. Omekongo Dibinga

Global Soul (a poem)

They say the journey of 1,000 miles starts with one step And they say never judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes Both scenarios are harder when you have no shoes When you wake up wondering again just how you might lose When you shake up thinking of how to pay […]

Raise Hope for Congo (a poem)

The world’s richest country now the poorest A chorus of women’s cries across a corrupted country in demise International lies hide the truth of our turmoil Raping our country of our women, tungsten, coltan, and gold Young girls now a commodity no longer an oddity Child soldiers watching bullets and not birds fly over their […]

3 & 1/2 ways private & wealthier public schools can attract black teachers

For over a decade, I have worked with private, public, and charter schools across this nation on issues relating to diversity, culturally relevant instruction, and student leadership. The work I do takes different forms in different schools. In some schools, I am brought in to work with faculty on ways they can reach their more disenfranchised […]

The Case For Impeachment (Lyrics)

We got a president that wants to be king A media that obsesses on the pettiest things A republican party that will do anything That the President says man, he’s pulling their strings Well he ain’t pullin mine I’ll say what’s on my mind While Pelosi seems scared to charge Trump with high crimes And […]

G.R.O.W. Towards Your Greatness!

They say greatness is a choice but what have you chosen? You’ve been frozen in time and broken in mind For too long the same song playing in your head Living in breath but better off dead But who said you didn’t have the power? Who said this is not your hour? You’ve been showered […]