Entries by Dr. Omekongo Dibinga

We must stop using the term “Hotep Brother”

Over the years, I have constantly heard people in the black community use the term “Hotep brother.” It has permeated our music, literature, television shows, and more. There are several definitions of this term, but I think Damon Young captures it best in his article on The Root. He states that signs of Hotep brothers include: […]

New Album Intro (lyrics)

This is my 8thalbum 7 years since the last Had a lot on my mind let a lot of stuff pass Chose to focus on my kids, enjoy being a father Watched too many brothers & sisters on tv get slaughtered Hot and bothered, why they use us as fodder Mothers, fathers, aunts & uncles, […]

Take control of your future!

I read a quotation that you cannot control what happened in the past, but you can control the future. I would say at the very least you can planfor the future. What happens in the past is over. As Willie Jolley said, use your past as a place of reference, not a place of residence. […]

Take control of your diet!

Let’s talk about that diet family! Some people say, you are what you eat or you eat what you are. Look, track star Carl Lewis said you cannot outrun your diet. You have to remember that we can work out and do all the things that want to do in terms of getting in shape, […]

7 Steps to Reduce Work Stress

According to the American Institute of Stress (AIS), “job stress is far and away the major source of stress for American adults and…it has escalated progressively over the past few decades.” Despite all of the technological advances that were supposed to make life and work easier, we as a society find ourselves more burnt out […]

March For Our Lives

You can listen and download the song for free here: We’re the leaders of today and the leaders of tomorrow Tired of the deaths, funerals, and sorrow We’re takin’ a stand so you understand We’re marchin for our lives and the future of our land Time to march for our lives time to march for […]