Psi Delta Step-Team woos TEDx at Ohio State University

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On Saturday, February 8th 2014, the Psi Delta step-team was able to perform in front of 800+ people at the internationally renowned TEDx conference in Columbus, Ohio. TED is a non-profit organization that helps spread innovative ideas through presentations and performances. TEDx is a simulation of the TED experience at a local level organized by […]

Hip Hop Petition

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Hip Hop ain’t dead it’s just in exile. Banished by consumerism and sentenced by dead presidents. Convicted by A&Rs and harbored by studios owned by private prisons. She has now found a home somewhere in Africa. She was born in the streets of the Burning Down Bronx. Her father was Afrika Bambaataa and her mother […]

Learning to Love My Song-Again

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I have listened to other songs since then and, as good as many of them are, I cannot help but feel that I have heard a better song: and although that same song no longer moves me like it did, I remember that it once did and such are the heights of euphoria for which I yearn.

We Made It In America

This is a guest post by Brother Emmanuel Hiram Arnaud. On May 22nd, 2013, after a long procession, countless traditional ceremonies, and to the roar of thousands of applauses, I turned to my right and hugged my dear friend, and brother, Jason Tejada. His towering stature soon enveloped me and I tasted the sweet linen […]

The Light – In Real Life…

Bro. Maximo Anguiano shares an engaging bit of knowledge with the inmates

“Words may show a man’s wit but actions his meaning.” Benjamin Franklin I like to think that I am handy with the pen. I have written my fair share of pieces for El Iluminador and other publications and, whether the post turned out popular or otherwise, I have always left my sweat and tears on […]