Be The Change
I’m a forward-thinker whose purpose is to dictate positive outcomes for our children and our country versus leaving it all to chance. I cover parenting, fatherhood, accountability, and what it takes to WIN in this great nation. It’s not just me, I will have difficult conversations with other thought leaders of different backgrounds and political
Today we are discussing the importance of not fearing the hard conversations.
You sounded off, and I heard it. Now it is time to listen to the story behind the book cover. Why Abraham Lincon, Martin Luther King, Jr, and Barack Obama? Listen and hear the foundation behind the cover and title of Own the Change: How Black American Children Can Further the Next Cultural Movement. You can pre-order your copy at http://bit.ly/PreOrderOwnTheChange About the Book: An influential leader, public speaker, and mentor, Ralph Harper has launched his plan for a more literate, more inclusive, more crime-free America. In this important book, he outlines the journey of black Americans, from the bonds of slavery to the first black president, to the current struggles black Americans - including the author - have experienced. In Own the Change: How Black American Children can Further the Next Cultural Movement, Harper points out that the seventh decade of each century has brought significant change for black Americans. Now, as we approach the 2060s, we must raise the next generations in a way that will set them up for success. His seven life principles, which emphasize a sense of duty, accountability, education, and hard work, will benefit people of every race, creed, and social status. A must-read for students of black history and anyone interested in social change, this book outlines steps readers can take right now to make America the "perfect union" of equality and prosperity it has always had the potential to be.
Why do we have to choose capitalism or socialism? What if we worked to promote consumerism?
We live in the most powerful country in the world. Our country is free enough where anyone can become president. But what happens when we are uncomfortable with the outcome? What happens when the Presidency is compromised?
This young man gets it. He spends his spare time during the Summer months working hard to raise funds for other children - underserved. I am so impressed by Jaxson - he makes me proud and validates my mission to develop more like him. It was my honor to meet him for the first time last summer selling lemonade at my barbershop. I have made a very conscious choice to support his mission.
What I have to say today is more important that anything I have ever said. Today I speak my truth. You never know the person that is suffering in silence but that was me.
Are you ready to talk about it? The difficult conversation about black history and why it's frustrating for me to celebrate "our history." But what about "our future," let's chat.
Trump has been in office for just over two years – for me, it feels like he has been there for over 20 years. Let's chat about the 2020 election and the people I feel are the best match.
Today we dive into the Trump error and have a discussion with my son, Cody Morris. We cover the Trump election, his presidency, and if Trump is compromised.
This week on Be The Change we talk about what it means to keep Martin Luther King’s dream alive.
This week on Be The Change we put hope in perspective. For most of my life, I simply viewed hope as a wishful thought. Is there value in hope?
On this episode of Be The Change we talk about the true measure of fathers. Triumphant, daring, and timid. How do we resolve our own fatherhood styles? Get ready to sound off!
On this episode of Be The Change we cover the difficult conversation about how to protect our black American families. How do you balance your pride when encountering police?
We talk about race relations and should telling a child they sound so white be grounds for parental punishment?