“I am an invisible man…I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids—and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.” -Ralph Ellison (Invisible Man)

Kingsley Osajie

Kingsley is determined to use his blog to share his opinions, knowledge and inspire the World; also raising the Consciousness of Humanity to a Higher Dimension. Kingsley believes that he can use his writings to inspire, heal, empower, liberate, teach and enlighten Humanity into embracing Higher Consciousness. Kingsley’s vision for the society is one where truth, justice, love, compassion and unity dwells. He strongly believes that people should be treated fairly and equally no matter their skin colour, gender, culture and sexual orientation. 

Money-Smart Millennials

Welcome to the world of the ones who fight for their financial stability. Why ‘money-smart millennials’? My goal is to build a tribe of millennials who are bulletproof with their finances. This blog is not just about income and savings; from budgeting tips to entrepreneurship tips, we cover all the bases. Here, by working together, you will achieve your goals.

The Single Black Guy

Xennial with Millennial problems. Writing about all my intersecting identities. Dad. Black. Single. Empath.

Being A Better Black Man

In this blog I will go through the various problems I see with black men and some suggestions on how WE can do better. Some example topics will be Black Men and Relationships, Black Men and Family, Black Men and their friendships. I will also have an occasional guest post whose message I am in support of.

Very Smart Brothas

We started conversations and furthered other conversations along. We wrote pieces that the Black community discussed. We were part of the cultural conversation. We helped lead the conversation. I got the opportunity to sing the praises of Ray J and “Return of The Mack,” ad nauseam and celebrate Blackness in ways that I seriously doubt other publications would allow. We never had to sacrifice our voice, not once, to say what needed saying. Again, we did it our way.

The Gentlemen’s Standard

The Gentlemen’s Standard is ambitiously redefining how gentlemen of color approach life, culture, and style. Founded in 2008, this site arose from a dissatisfaction with how men of color are sometimes portrayed in various media outlets. Moreover, this site was created due to a dissatisfaction with how some gentlemen of color portrayed themselves.

Therapy for Black Men

At, we want to break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness.

With a rapidly growing directory of 316 therapists and 38 coaches throughout the fifty states thus far, we are here to provide judgment-free, multiculturally-competent care to Black men.

You don’t have to man up. Let’s talk it through together.

The Hungry Black Man

Starex Smith is an accomplished and experienced public administrator, fundraiser, foodie, and culinary business developer who has committed himself to maximizing the Black experience in the United States! He currently serves as Vice President of Strategy and Development for Black Tech Week with over twelve (12) years of experience in managing public/private partnerships, large scale events, and nonprofits. He has successfully raised over 20 million dollars in funding for various governmental entities, food companies, and individuals. Starex has assisted countless food industry businesses successfully obtain funding, taking mom and pop storefronts to scalable businesses. His success in working with restaurants sparked a passion for food and entrepreneurship which led to the launching of Sothern Bytes, a teaching platform food business dedicated to an ever evolving food industry with a focus on technology, culture and innovation. Having constantly run into stereotyping negatively affecting his dining and vacationing experiences, Starex decided to curate great destinations, restaurants, and discuss issues surrounding being a hungry Black man. Starex completed both his Bachelor’s and Master’s coursework in Public Administration at Florida International University where he served as president of the Black Student Union and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated, Lambda Tau Chapter

Steven Onojo

He is currently a visual storyteller and writer. As a director, he also works very closely with Nigerian musician Adekunle Gold to sharpen brand identity, develop creative concepts, and enhance the visual experience.

Since the inception of Steven’s first brand, Ostentation and Style, Steven has worked with top brands like Ralph Lauren, Fossil, Joseph Abboud, Gillette, Hugo Boss, Shea Moisture, Tissot, Amazon and many more. 

Today Steven has grown to be a source of inspiration to many readers worldwide. 

Minority Nomad

I’m Erick! I’m a writer, photographer, philanthropist, and world traveler on a quest to become the first African American to visit every country in the world. Follow my journey and all of the amazing places I’ve seen and people I’ve met here and on my social media channels. Thanks for taking the time to check out my travels.

Fly Brother

Ernest White II is a storyteller, explorer, executive producer and host of television travel docu-series FLY BROTHER with Ernest White II, currently airing in the United States on Public Television Stations and Create TV nationwide. He is also founder and CEO of Presidio Pictures, a new film, television, and digital media studio centering BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and senior/elder narratives. 

Ernest’s writing includes fiction, literary essay, and travel narrative, having been featured in AfarTime Out LondonUSA TodayGetawaySkylifeEbonyThe Manifest-StationSinking CityLakeview JournalMatador NetworkNational Geographic Traveler’s Brazil and Bradt’s Tajikistan guidebooks, and at He is also senior editor at Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel, former assistant editor at Time Out São Paulo, and founding editor of digital men’s magazine Abernathy.


Nathan’s interest in traveling was stoked during high school, when his mother would travel on missionary trips abroad.  Her stories and experiences helped him realize that traveling the world was not only an option, but also a necessity.  While at Tennessee State University, Nathan’s professor, Dr. Gallen Hull, who has visited over 80 countries, further ignited his interest in traveling, by sharing his autobiography and challenging Nathan to see more of the world than him.  He aptly accepted.


I’m an IT professional, consultant, and personal technology specialist in Atlanta, GA with over 20 years of experience in helping businesses large and small, leverage technology for growth. Driven by my motto, “Technology shouldn’t change how you do things, it should make you better at the things you do,” My mission is to teach entrepreneurs and individuals alike, how to benefit from technology and use it to simplify their lives. 

I’m also a African-American tech nerd/geek (haven’t figured out the difference between the two). Husband to my lovely wife and father to smart and sweet daughters and a super-active son. In addition to tech and family, I’m a newbie stock trader and real estate investor. So you might run into some “Brotha” content on the site in addition to all things tech.