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Wisdom of the Elders: Movements Make Leaders

This series celebrates the accomplishments and explores the wisdom of our foreparents.

The Story

In a recent article regarding the chaos in Ferguson, Missouri one writer wrote that people that came down that as people came down to join and chronicle the protests a question that continued to come up was who was the leader of these rallies. 840 more words


August 27 African American Historical Events

Today in Black History – August 27 *

1879 – African American publisher Robert Lee Vann is born in
Ahoskie, North Carolina. He will become an African… 601 more words

African American History

Writers Laughing: W.E.B. DuBois

Happy Labor Day! This one’s a bit of a head-scratcher. But I’ll take a writer laughing no matter the circumstances.

Maybe “historical curiosities” needs to be another subcategory. 31 more words


W.E.B. DuBois on African-Americans and Education

As many of you already know, I have the great joy of working at a classical school that is quite unique in its location and demographics. 521 more words


Wind: A Place of Resistance

Our daily news reports can be very discouraging at times.  Well, if we are really honest, we would likely admit that most of the time the true nature of things can cause us to despair. 1,050 more words

Connecting With God Thru The Arts

Yorubas Contribution to Civilization

In this video, Prof. Brimmy Olaghere gives an account of African history and the contributions of the Yoruba people to Africa and the rest of the World. 62 more words


The Churches & Ferguson MO

There’s a lot I could say.  There’s a lot I really want to say.  It has already been said better, with more passion, more truth, more anger, and more sadness by W. 967 more words

Christian Faith