Spotlight: David Steward

David Steward is a magnate, icon and champion similar to our founder Jesse Is Heavyweight. He is one of the more “quiet” builders in America. David was born in the dangerous gang ridden city of Chicago. David stayed focused on the books and practiced staying out of trouble. As a result of keeping his eyesContinue reading “Spotlight: David Steward”

2022 Summer Reading List (Girl Power Edition)

This classic tale, by American novelist Alice Walker, set in the deep south shows the life of someone enslaved mentally and physically and follows the path of their liberation. This book is not for the weak at heart and will have the reader sympathizing with the main character, Celie, an ignorant young girl whose beenContinue reading “2022 Summer Reading List (Girl Power Edition)”

African Americans Break Technological Barriers That Change the World Forever

Blacks also known as people of African descent are advancing society technologically. The strides African Americans have made in innovation has changed the globe for the better. These inventions, advancements, and innovations are not only mind boggling, they are saving countless lives for the foreseeable future. A laundry list of ailments and systemic obstacles asContinue reading “African Americans Break Technological Barriers That Change the World Forever”

Jesse Is Heavyweight Set To Release Happy To Be Here: Heavyweight Documentary

Heavyweight teased a feature film documentary trailer in 2019. A tell all documentary detailing the birth of Jesse Is Heavyweight’s first successful business Heavyweight Enterprises. The film takes you from the gritty streets of South Oak Cliff, Texas to the Hollywood Hills. From project apartments in Dallas to a successful independent conglomerate ran under theContinue reading “Jesse Is Heavyweight Set To Release Happy To Be Here: Heavyweight Documentary”

African American Woman Responsible for Modern Day Air Conditioning

Alice H. Parker a Howard University alum, shares the alma mater of the founder of DCS, Jesse Is Heavyweight, invented modern day air conditioning when she decided it was too cold in her east coast home and she invented a natural gas heating furnace. Alice Parker patented the invention and changed the course of historyContinue reading “African American Woman Responsible for Modern Day Air Conditioning”

African American Revolutionizes Safety Industry Globally with Technology Innovations

Inventor Garrett A. Morgan is responsible for the modern day traffic light and the modern day gas mask. Garrett Morgan’s gas mask helped save dozens of men in a tunnel accident. The traffic light regulates the flow of traffic and saves countless lives internationally till this very day. Garrett Morgan’s innovations are largely uncelebrated althoughContinue reading “African American Revolutionizes Safety Industry Globally with Technology Innovations”

Dr. Gladys West Responsible for GPS Tracking System

African-Americans are making groundbreaking innovations. These innovations are changing the way humanity lives. They are building blocks for the world of the future. Dr. Gladys West a well educated mathematician and scientist helped map the Earth accurately allowing for the (GPS) Global Positioning System to exist. Dr. West is highly revered and has prestigious awardsContinue reading “Dr. Gladys West Responsible for GPS Tracking System”

Technological Advancement on the Rise in the Black Global Community

Black people have led the charge in many technological breakthroughs going back to the beginning of time. These advancements have afforded humanity some of the necessities and the luxuries of today. Without black people the world would have no sewer system, no major cities, as those foundational breakthroughs come directly from ancient Africa. The advancementsContinue reading “Technological Advancement on the Rise in the Black Global Community”

Happy Black History Month! Movie Hour: The Spook Who Sat By The Door (1973)

A former CIA agent organizes the urban community into well-trained guerrillas bent on overthrowing the oppressive establishment. Enjoy your Black History Month!