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James Tredwell, the 1816 Haitian Constitution and the Migration to Haiti

This entry is not about the British cricketer, but about the United States’ Black (African-American) who travel to Haiti in 1817 and brought back with him the first copy of the Haitian Republican Constitution to become broadly mentioned in the U.S. 647 more words

Historical Research

Truth-B-Told: the series.

 

Beginning in June 2014 seven young Black gay men under the leadership of Dontá Morrison (center) implemented an HIV testing initiative called R3VNG (Reshaping 3 letters through the Voices of the Now Generation) at AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) Health & Wellness in Los Angeles, CA. 331 more words

African American

Uptown

Bibliographic Information:

Collier, Bryan (2000). Uptown. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Plot Description: The narrator, a young boy, takes the readers on a journey through Harlem. 490 more words

English

A Rose By Any Other Name...

“My name is Muhammad.” He reaches out his hand to shake mines.
I grab it firmly. “My name is Steven, nice to meet you.” Muhammad lets go of my hand. 480 more words

Islam

Uptown

Bibliographic Information:

Collier, Bryan (2000). Uptown. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Plot Description: The narrator, a young boy, takes the readers on a journey through Harlem. 490 more words

English

#92- The House Girl

Recently, I have read several historical fiction novels with a very similar format; where is the past and present intertwine forming two distinct yet connected stories. 182 more words