‘The Divine Light shines on the Nine:’ Pattie J. Malone was born into slavery in 1858 at Cedars Plantation in Athens, Alabama and was sold to the Clack Plantation in Texas. How far Black Americans have come since the beginning of colonial slavery in the United States. Annie Minerva Turnbo Malone was born in 1869 andContinue reading “The Divine Light shines on the Nine”
Category Archives: Black History Month
The Mansion beholds Grace.
A well-deserved tribute in honor of Rep. James E. Clyburn. A festive gathering is in attendance and fills the room with adulation for a rich Black History, and appreciation for the shoulders that Black Americans stand on. A legacy of those who lifted successive generations’ pathways and elevated them to greater heights. The winding roadContinue reading “The Mansion beholds Grace.”
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson
On this date April 7, 2022, the world has witnessed an American Historical moment on the Supreme Court of Justice. U.S. Senate confirmation of the Honorable Ketanji Brown Jackson to the highest Court in the land. Hon. Brown Jackson will take her oath to replace Justice Stephen Breyer.
Black History Month Super Bowl “Knee for Justice”
Super Bowl 56 Justice takes a Knee; Voters FIRED 45. January 6th Commission making sure he doesn’t return.
Persevere. Fight the good fight of faith. As the world’s greatest fighter Muhammad Ali, have confidence and appreciation for yourself. You are an original design. Allow no one to take that away from you. Study, reflect, learn, grow and know you are a blessing. Search inwardly to find your inherited keys.
A Traveler’s Journey
Keep moving searching you didn’t give up therefore you made it. Celebrate. Keep working the world is in need of your labor. Financial compensation is rewarding. No need for celebration you deserve it your works earned it, Artist.
Tuskegee Airmen Gen. Charles McGee
Tuskegee Airmen celebration In honor and recognition of Black History Month 2022. Video features World War II Veteran Gen. Charles McGee a Tuskegee Airmen pilot deployed in Italy. Gen McGee passed last month on January 16, 2022. Gen. McGee was the last living Tuskegee Airmen. His military aviation career was over a span of 30Continue reading “Tuskegee Airmen Gen. Charles McGee”
The Pursuit of Happiness: “Eviction Moratorium.”
“Preventive measures: Housing is Infrastructure.” HuD Secretary HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge expounds upon President Biden “American Rescue Plan” to bridge the gap from a life of homelessness to a life of productivity which first and foremost requires stability to maintain one’s health and wellbeing. Then productivity can easily take shape.