Sojourner Truth: “Ain’I a Woman? “Born into slavery in 1797, Isabella Baumfree, who later changed her name to Sojourner Truth became the most powerful advocates for human rights in the nineteenth century.” https://www.nps.gov/articles/sojourner-truth.htm “International Women’s Day has been observed since the early 1900s. Great unrest and critical debate were occurring among women. Women’s oppression andContinue reading “Truth in International Women’s Day”
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The Divine Light shines on the Nine
‘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”
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.”