Darryl Richie

Inspirational Speaker and Author looking to inspire with my story of being a two-time cancer survivor and hip amputee. My focus is to share my pain, struggle and accomplishments with the world.

http://www.calmandstrong.net/

1st Amendment Right to Free Speech No Longer Exists
2 days ago
On Wed, May 23rd, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced there was a meeting in Atlanta where NFL team owners met and agreed that players must stand for the national anthem, or they will be fined by...
Racism: The Anxiety of Black Men in America
a month ago
Blue Magic is a soul singing group from Philadelphia, PA, and they are known for their hit singles “Slideshow,” “Stop to Start,” “Chasing Rainbows,” “Love Has Found its Way to Me,” and “Spell,” during...
Patty Cannon: The Infamous Slave Trader of the 1800s
4 months ago
On Investigation Discovery, the show Deadly Women focused on a 50-year-old woman named Patty Cannon who was living in a man’s world. In 1810, in Sussex County, Delaware, Cannon was known to dress and ...
“There Has Been No Oppression in the Last 100 Years” – Former Nfl Player and Coach Mike Ditka
6 months ago
Former Chicago Bears star and NFL Coach Mike Ditka was interviewed for a radio show and criticized the NFL players right to silent protest. Ditka said, “There has been no oppression in the last 100 ye...
Black Wall Street: A Story of Black Excellence Destroyed
7 months ago
May 31st, 2017 marked the 96th anniversary of the destruction of one most affluent black neighborhoods in America. Greenwood was a neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, also known as Black Wall Street. Bla...
First Things First: Somebody's Got to Make a Change
8 months ago
Since the beginning of the NFL 2017-2018 season, there has been an opinion divide among fans, critics and President Trump about some players protesting by taking a knee during our country’s national anthem. This silent protest was started last year by former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick because of the injustices happening to Black people and other people of color in America. Kaepernick said:“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and peop...