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The Words We Speak
Sometimes our words can bring more harm than good. Living in the digital age that we do, we must be mindful of what we put out. For certainly, it can and will come back upon us—in a good way or bad way.
The Extraordinary Pearl Bailey
Did you ever stop to consider what makes a great woman? What characteristics constitutes a woman of substance; a woman that is worthy of remembrance? One such woman is the great Pearl Bailey. She left an indelible mark in American History.
No Shame in Mental Illness
There is no need to feel the stigma of mental illness. It can effect anyone, in any race, in any socioeconomic status. Man, woman, boy or girl. It can also come in the form of depression, physical or mental pain. We do not have to go it alone, and should seek the help of mental health counselors.
African American Artist Henry Ossawa Tanner
Henry Ossawa Tanner was the first African American Artist to gain critical acclaim as an artist after moving to France. His most famous painting is The Bango Lesson which currently hangs in Hampton University Museum.
Robert Louis Fox...A Great Man & Leader
Sometimes we look for those of notoriety and of a certain fame to celebrate and admonish for Black History. But there are those who have fought on the sidelines, and the world may not know their name; but we know their name because they are family. Today I celebrate Robert Louis Fox. My Mentor.
Falling In Love Again
I know we are celebrating Valentine's Day. Lot's of hearts, candy, flowers, and cards. But how many of us are only going through the motions? Too much on your mind? Things getting away from you? Maybe it's time we fell in love again, and get some things restored.
The Courage of Our Civil War Soldiers
Is the same courage and conviction present in our lives as it were in our soldiers of the Civil War?
Mary Church Terrell
The extraordinary life of Mary Church Terrell. We have so much to learn and gain from the life of this extraordinary woman who was a trailblazer in many arenas.
Honoring Our History
In celebrating who we are, we must know that we must honor our history and those who came before us. The life lessons that were laid for us, need to be picked up and applied to our lives today.
Paper Puzzle, by Harold Michael Harvey, a Review
A review of suspense thriller, Paper Puzzle, by Harold Michael Harvey. A southern fiction novel, based in Macon, Georgia.
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