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Yes, African Slaves Had Built the White House! So What? Toward a More Inclusive American Narrative and Democratic Experiment

Yes, African Slaves Had Built the White House! So What?

Toward a More Inclusive American Narrative and Democratic Experiment

In her recent speech at the Democratic National Convention delivered on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, the first lady, Michelle Obama, has said publicly that African slaves had built the White house in which she, her husband, President Barack Hussein Obama, and their two daughters Sasha and Malia Obama (a black family), now live. 1,128 more words

Wordless Wednesday - Officers of 366th Infantry Back on Aquitania

Left to right: Lieutenant C.L. Abbot, South Dakota; Captain Joseph L. Lowe, Pacific Grove, California; Lieutenant A.R. Fisher, Lyles, Indiana, winner of Distinguished Service Cross; Captain E. White, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

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Artwork by - Alexander Gyamfi Art ( Accura, Ghana)

     In my DNA, I remember it all. The Women dancing for the protection of all. The mother Elephant teaching her baby about itself.
     I remember lazy,  peaceful, days at da beach, honoring the Great Mother,  Yemonja,  to da rhythms of Sacred Drums.
     I remember.  BEING.  AFRICAN.

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Remembering...

     On days like dis, everythang’s perfect. Love fills da air,  with Joy and Laughter, and lil girls secrets. On days like dis, you are glad you are you. 19 more words

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"Lil man, you da Bomb, "said da Father to his Son.

     Fresh Air. Peace. You and Lil Man. Strollin down da street. Ignorin da heat. Feelin da beat. Of Love. And Perfection. And Oneness. Of Mind. Of Body. 8 more words

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