Forget about #MuslimBan inside a Caribbean club in Hollywood

I am not sure what to post about that I didn’t express on social media earlier. 

Tonight, I am inside a Caribbean club in Hollywood at the moment, and it reminds me of a club or two in Dar es Salaam. Festive and care free is how Africa and African diaspora do. Yee, as the brodie Shaadie up in the Bay would say. Yah, mang.

Three things:

Russell Simmons is the man. I am glad Uncle Rush has found political social media groove.

Thank you WordPress. Did not make it to the Jewish Graduate Student Initiative event today. Slept through it, generally how Israeli Jews do on Arab Israelis trying to get a seat at the Knesset. Yeah, my memory is long.

To switch to PR, go Golin? Three, I hope Golin finds it a mutual fit. I can see myself working there when not working on TheAmericanOpportunist.com or contributing to All Def Digital or other platforms. If nothing pans out, I am off to Dar es Salaam for three months and freelancing. After renewing my passport, of course.

Shout out to Fayah Sundays for inspiring this post. No #FakeNews when music is involved.

BBC tells it like it is about President-elect Donald Trump’s right-hand man

Gee wiz. Thank you BBC News for the simple insight excerpted below. Since Harvard University’s status in getting the upper hand on #Russia lies almost Cambridge-squarely within a 36-year-old’s domain, I am rather jazzed. I’m 35 and a little jealous, even. But, as far as leadership goes, Mr. Kushner seems to have abilities. On my end, having met one foreign minister (Bernard Membe of Tanzania), a USAMB (Mark Storella) and having had an African Politics class taught by a Harvard graduate (Ernest Wilson III of USC Annenberg), I am curious to see how this story unfolds from here on out.
 
Who is Jared Kushner?
Softly-spoken and usually camera-shy, Mr Kushner is a vastly wealthy property developer and publisher who played an influential role in Mr Trump’s presidential campaign and has been included in key meetings with foreign leaders during the transition period. An Orthodox Jew whose grandparents were Holocaust survivors, he was raised in Livingston, New Jersey, and went on to study sociology at #Harvard.