NCMAE #6 I’m not sure if my best friend could read. She figured things out regardless, making a way for herself on her own across America over the course of 93 years. Her words come to me constantly as I work to decipher the stories and tangible history left behind.
One of my best friends is receiving the NYC Chapter young alumni achievement award at the Honoree & Scholarship dinner for the NC A&T Alumni Association ♡ Jheri Hardaway Posted by RaeMonique Blount on Saturday, June 24, 2017 Special thank you to the New York City Chapter of the
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My people. I’ve returned. I have been busy. I’m working to inspire a generation. I am now an illuminator. Nike came all the way through for Black History Month 2017. I hope you’re indulging in plenty of Black facts. These patchwork Retro Ones have a metallic finish and two dope
We all have our thing little things. Some people like football stats, others miniature train sets, maybe makeup. But my thing, well one of many but a main thing nonetheless, rap lyrics. I’ve been at it for a few years now lending my two cents on RapGenius. It’s a
Happy Birthday Dad! Wanted to share this letter from the legend with the world in honor of your milestone. Happy Birthday.
All history matters, especially suppressed Black history. The story of Nat Turner is one that America needs to digest as a microcosm of the lies history has told about slavery and the Black experience. I recently attended a New York premier of Nate Parker’s Birth Of A Nation and it’s
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