Published on Jul 16, 2017 On Frenchman street New Orleans we found the best brass band around. The Young Fellas Brass Band, They shut it down!!! These young guys played so well, it was amazing. They had people on every corner watching them, there must have been 100 people on the street. Look for them… Continue reading New Orleans – Young Fellaz Brass Band (Canon 80D 10-22mm Lens)
The Flea Market at Eastern Market Washington D.C. has many metaphysical vendors that sell everything from crystals to oils. We often travel here to get away and its always refreshing to stumble upon street vendors that sell all the cool spiritual items that make our lives easier. The bowls help align our Chakras through sound… Continue reading Shopping for Singing Bowls in Washington D.C.
I filmed scenes from all over New Orleans, this is what you will see when you come here. The cty is beautiful. The people are awesome, from rich to poor they all have something to share. Whenever I travel to New Orleans I feel at home, almost like a 2nd home for me. Enjoy the… Continue reading City Scenes from New Orleans
In this episode we followed the 9th Ward Navajo indians of New Orleans. Lets see if The BIG CHIEF has what it takes. By the looks of it, he's going to be alright. Enjoy!!! #mardigrasindians #supersunday #downtownsupersunday #nwalins #NOLA #stjosephsnight #saintjosephsnight #pretty #travel #secondline #neworleans #louisiana #nolanights #historyinneworleans #travel #instagood #instalike #onlyinnola #frenchquarter #nolahappyhour #photooftheday… Continue reading Mardi Gras Indians – Super Sunday – Part Two
Super Sunday - March 19, 2017 Aside from Mardi Gras Day, the most significant day for the Mardi Gras Indians is their Super Sunday. The New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian Council always has their Indian Sunday on the third Sunday of March, around St. Joseph's Day. Their festivities begin at noon in A.L. Davis Park… Continue reading Mardi Gras Indians – Super Sunday – Part One
Shark Island Concentration Camp or “Death Island” was a concentration camp on Shark Island off Luderitz Nambia. It was used by the German empire during the Herero and Namaqua Genocide of 1904-1908. During this time between 1,032 and 3000 Herero and Namaqua men, women, and children died in the camp. The Hereo is an ethnic group… Continue reading Racism & The Global Genocide Of Black People – BBC Documentary (shark Island)
In the 1880s, as the European powers were carving up Africa, King Leopold Ii of Belgium seized for himself the vast and mostly unexplored territory surrounding the Congo River. Carrying out a genocidal plundering of the Congo, he looted its rubber, brutalized its people, and ultimately slashed its population by ten million--all the while shrewdly… Continue reading The Man Who Tortured and Murdered 10 Million Black People (king leopold’s ghost)