Minister Fred Whitlow, II is Black History. Celebrating A Black Hero
–She grew the American I wanted to be.
The book you are about to read brings together facets of a narrative of epic proportions. It tells about the experience of black Seventh-day Adventists amid the painful history of racial and social discrimination; it chronicles their struggles and showcases their love for their church and fellow human beings and the profound influence of their…
Beginning a somber day She stares through a stained glass library window–listening for a voice of no expectations He, as anointed grace, answers the spirit She receives his exhale: “How are you?”
Children must have an opportunity to experience safe places to write creatively–Dr. Hyman
In “Let America Be America Again, #LangstonHughes implores to “[l]et it be the dream it used to be.
The boy: Till: the child-
. . . .is the word “fu_k” without the weight lodged against it profanity.
He . . . taught us to cherish Blackness . . . .
Lessons often rest in the words of historical fore-parents like DuBois. Revisit the “why” of higher education–the “why.” Cornel West is a reminder of “what” needs to be revisited.
12 hours with beautiful people–
Soul angels who invite her . . .
Sanctuary of kindness on the bus
. . . What they do know is they will be with us, always. . . Their Jesus told them (so).