It's not understood, so it has to be explained! BLACK LIVES MATTER!!!
Let there be Light, and let there be Love!
Hello World, Well I do not know where to begin. So many different things have been going on. Of course, I am not speaking of myself when I say that. The killings that have occured throughout this country this week are so saddening. The entire situation is sad and unfortunately, it continues to get worse … Continue reading Words From Me!
A new historical novel about Thomas Jefferson is raising eyebrows. Stephen O’Connor’s Thomas Jefferson Dreams of Sally Hemings, which came out on Tuesday, is about our third president’s relationship with Sally Hemings, his slave. DNA evidence has proved that Jefferson and Hemings had six children together while Jefferson kept Hemings enslaved — and Jefferson also enslaved their children, freeing … Continue reading Thomas Jefferson spent years raping his slave Sally Hemings. A new novel treats their relationship as a love story.
Written by: Kyndall Dowell Why do we learn about European history more than other races, and why is it that whenever we do learn about these other ethnic groups, we don’t emphasize it as much, but we simply skim through it? Why is it that whenever we learn about Black history it always starts in … Continue reading Black History and the Effect of Not Being Taught
Ida Bell Wells, born into slavery on 16 July 1862 in Holly Springs, Mississippi, is known for her relentless work in promoting women’s rights and for advocating equal rights. For example, she documented lynching in the United States in the early 1890’s and was a co-founder of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored … Continue reading Ida B. Wells – Journalist, Suffragist, Editor, etc