Who Am I


I was going to use this platform to talk about the many historical events that has happened over time, but I now feel there is no room for that. We as a people have to address the issues of the moment and start resolving some of these psychological battles that are plaguing our people and going undiagnosed.

Sad but true,  MANY African people have been led to believe that talking to a psychiatrist is “lame” and “weak”, and you know, at no point in time do a black person want to seem lame and weak, so they bottle their feelings in.

We have generations of families founded on “bottled feelings” and pain. The pain of a person can’t always be seen with the human eye. It is released in an individual’s communication with others, which makes them difficult to deal with.

I am not a person hell bent on every little racial situation, but it cannot be ignored, that black people ALL over the world are treated in a disrespectful manner, which comes by way of false recordings from men like Carl Von Linnaeus and Johann F. Blumenbach. YEARS of lies have been labeled as truth! Men like this have opened the door for such foolish beliefs as, “The Curse of Ham”, which have led some African people and many others, to believe that having dark skin is a curse.

MANY atrocities have been known to happen within the African nation, none to which has ever been properly addressed. Therefore it is up to us to address these issues and bring forth solutions, to solving some of the problems African people experience.

I never want to seem racially charged, as I love people of all shades. But there is a great need for reconstruction within the African Nation, which will cause the need for one to know and learn real history. This is a big adjustment for some, as Amerikkkan institutions whitewash history and don’t tell the facts. A very small example of this, is how they speak about Napoleon, but fail to mention the Haitians won the Revolution.

African people are layered in dysfunction. This has happened by way of, spiritual manipulation and social acceptance. So desperate to be accepted in society and gain notoriety through material stature, MANY African people patronize businesses that are known to be prejudice toward them.

The first question every human needs to ask themselves is, Who am I? Once all the clothes, jewelry, cars and big talk is gone, Who are you? So many women have become addicted to makeup, not only must they ask themselves those questions, but they also, have to answer to who they are once the weave, lashes, lipstick and foundation is taken off!

Until next time, Much Love to All, M.Vulu

Mu'at Vulu
Name: Mu’at Vulu
City/State: Detroit, MI
Occupation: Entrepreneur, Founder of the Unity Composite.
Age: 37
Contact Info:
email/CorrLink: unitycomposite@comcast.net
Phone: (209) 898 4429


My name is Mu’at Vulu, I am the oldest child and only girl of my mother’s children. I have four beautiful babies myself, a Daughter and 3 SUNS, ranging in ages 13 to 4 years old.

I have taken courses at Wayne County Community College and Michigan State University, but all that I know that is profitable, was self-taught!
I feel my best, when I am helping people. I participate in and host various community events throughout the city of Detroit. My main objective is to always be a “resource for kids”. I “funded and founded” my first non-profit (Rickie J. Davis Foundation) in December 2010, after the loss of my best friend.

The need to assist the community, begin to exceed the mission of the Rickie J Davis Foundation (RJDF) and thus, Rayne Regent and Firm Families were created. These three organizations, along with my for-profit businesses, form The Unity Composite. RJDF is a community based organization, whose purpose is to cultivate children’s mind, by way of, cultural activities and neighborhood functions. RJDF also, feeds the less fortunate and aid in revitalizing different areas of the city. Firm Families is a group that offers Support to family members of those incarcerated and Rayne Regent is an entity that offers mentoring and material to young girls in the “inner city”, in attempt to strengthen their morale and confidence.

I enjoy the books and lectures of Dr. Amos Wilson, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Marimba Ani and
Dr. Joy DeGruy . I really do feel more attention should be given to the psychological damage that has been inflicted on “Afrikan People” by the European. Much influence in my life has also, come from the great Marcus Garvey, El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X) and Dr. Khalid Muhammad.
I’m grateful for the life that has been given and I try to show that through my deeds! I am also; glad to have the opportunity to be on the CSB platform and Wishing the Best to ALL!