Got to shout out HBO, too; that’s where I found “Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley.” The documentary is an amazing confederation of laughter imbued by activism appropriated through the comedic voice of a Black woman.
Doug Jones is Alabama
She’s Gotta Have It is provocative art. It is art’s purpose. To move us out of self-created fake news—be it turkey or political and religious rhetoric—into rooms that demand authenticity. She’s Gotta Have It is a contemporary prayer.
I find myself walking through the dirt. There is a voice telling me to stand still, rest quietly in the dirt. If I stand long enough, I shall find my own land. That land is saturated with love, a love that crushes a racism that aims to kill.
Source: “Come Through”: Honoring the Wardlaw Brothers
Thank you, LORD For favoring the Wardlaw Brothers: Five young men anchored in ministering on your behalf! You know what humanity does not know Wardlaw Brothers are anointed to walk Your Will! Weapons will not mangle your servants– The chains pulled away by God’s angels housed above. Wardlaw Brothers: Five servants of the KING!…
As you celebrate this African American history month, honor all Americans who contributed to American civil and human rights. Let us not forget Mrs. Virginia Durr.
Dear Revered Al, This evening I “got in the boat” Knowing there was no passage in the middle–cause you called Faith down on me Faith pulled me and my family out of the passage. and we ain’t going back either Rev. AL, “I ain’t” “guessing what God can do” no more I know I can “make it”…
Originally posted on Dr. Hyman's African American Culture Review :
In prayer, I thank President Obama for all he has done for America. I thank First Lady Michelle Obama for being the best example of female brilliance covered by grace! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPz2FB_QaBs ? Blessings President and Mrs. Obama!