Mo Gamble

She pens under the name "Mo" and her aspirations include being a subject in conversations when literary fans discuss writing royalty. Her favorite writing quote is, "In order to write you must first live". Mo has let her imagination run wild, dreamed lofty goals and written since she was in elementary school. Taking living life seriously she left her small home town of Youngstown, Ohio in the midwest and moved south to explore new beginnings when she became of age. She later returned to Youngstown State University to pursue a degree in Professional Technical Writing and Editing. With her writing career in full throttle and loads of experience she continues to challenge herself daily by tackling the most taboo subjects that have destroyed our communities. No longer willing to sit idle in silence she hopes to engage her audience in the start of meaningful dialogue and eventual progress. "This journey is not for the weak. Read if you dare." -Mo

2014 "Black Bike" Week Starts With A Bang

2014 “Black Bike” Week Starts With A Bang

The news out of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is three people are dead and a fourth person wounded from reported gun shots stemming from an altercation involving multiple individuals, during the annual “Bikefest” festivities. The Sun News spoke to a witness, George Covington, who said that several people were seen fighting moments before the shooting. …

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Bill Elliot Who? 2

Bill Elliot Who?

Today NASCAR, the largest sanctioning body of stock car racing honored African-American race car driver Wendell Scott by inducting him into the 2015 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. According to, http://www.nascar.com, Wendell Scott wasn’t the first African-American to compete in NASCAR’s premier division. But the Danville, Va. native, whose career on wheels began …

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Is The Amber Alert System Doing the Job? 1

Is The Amber Alert System Doing the Job?

UPDATE: 05/22/2014 8:32 pm Eastern Standard Time According to 10 News Tampa Bay local authorities filed new charges against 35-year-old Granville Ritchie, including four counts of having sex with a minor, however non of the charges are related to the murder of 9-year-old Felecia Williams. File these circumstance under the continued destruction of the African-American …

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Sound The Alarm: Holding Our Historically Black Colleges Accountable 3

Sound The Alarm: Holding Our Historically Black Colleges Accountable

Sound the alarm. If the HBCU’s will not respond to the black community needs then we have no choice but to stop support and decrease funding. It’s that time of the year again. Colleges, Universities and institutions of higher learning are eager to publish the racial breakdowns of enrollment rates.  Doting on how minority enrollment …

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How often is prejudice mistaken for racism or racist intentions?

How often is prejudice mistaken for racism or racist intentions?

This isn’t just semantics, there is a difference between prejudice and racism, however, both activities may land you square in the cross hair of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Recently, Homeland Security employee, Ayo Kimathi found himself on paid administrative leave according to various media outlets, because of his reported racist activity.  The Southern Poverty …

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