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Tell Their Stories

I love that there are months to celebrate African American History and Women’s History. It is the opportunity to tell the stories of people like you and me who accomplished things that moved us further along on life’s journey. 342 more words

UPP Creative

A Statement Concerning Race and Violence in the United States by the Lott Carey Global Christian Missional Community

While the following was not written by me, I want to share it and get your response:

The notion of race is among the most destructive ideas in history. 1,214 more words

Living

Henry Ossian Flipper

Did you know? Henry Ossian Flipper (1856-1940) was the first African American in the United States to graduate from the Military Academy at West Point in 1877. 21 more words

Projects

Gone

Thoughts swarm, while emotions pour.
His soul is broken, his spirit is poor.
And while he walks–
his heart is sore. His stolen son, lies six feet deep. 33 more words
Mental Health

You're Worth Much More Than That!

A one-night stand with a man who told you
he would call you the next day after he made
you breakfast in bed but didn’t. 360 more words