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A List is all I have in Me

  1. The last time I felt this tired, it was due to a life-threatening, medical condition.  Motherhood and loving horses are not for the faint of heart!
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A People's History of Chicago (Coval)

It takes a certain amount of audacity to select the title Coval did, but based on his poetry at least, Coval seems anything but shy. His poems, which range from before 1492 to March of 2017, hit some known highlights of Chicago’s history as well as some less commonly known people and events. 79 more words


National Museum of African American History and Culture: The Lowdown

Did you know African-American women left jobs as maids to work in war-related industries that suffered from a male worker shortage during World War II ? 378 more words

Full day on the Masai Mara

Today was our full day adventure in the Maasai Mara game park – with a leisurely departure at 8am! Writing this having returned from this day, we are all not sure whether anything can prepare you for the majesty and the complete confrontation that Mother Nature decided to offer us today.First call was to check on the spotted hyena, a favourite that Emma had been hunting for s few days. 864 more words


“Kill or to be Killed”, Liarnya Alam Maasai Mara

HilariusJourney.WordPress.comTERLETAK di bagian barat Kenya, Maasai Mara adalah rumah bagi jutaan satwa liar, termasuk binatang predator. Fenomena “The Great Migration” di Sungai Mara termasuk salah satu peristiwa alam paling spektakuler di dunia.

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Review: The Great Migration

The Great Migration: Journey to the North

Author: Eloise Greenfield

Illustrator: Jan Spivey Gilchrist

Published in 2010 by Amistad

The Great Migration: Journey to the North is an exceptional collection of poems and collage artwork that illustrate the experiences of African American families who courageously left behind everything they knew to create better lives for themselves. 148 more words

Book Review

New Day New Life (Ellis Island)

The Nina Simone song Feeling Good (originally released in 1965) and, actually Nina Simone herself, have had a resurgence of popularity which, like most things that are rediscovered, is good or bad depending on your perspective. 385 more words