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From My Archives 1.1: Lorenzo H. Mills

They say life is for the living and while he was with us, Lorenzo H. Mills truly lived. Traveling the world, taking care of his family, and serving…

Black Adventures 1.6: Heyward-Washington House of Charles Town

Downtown Charleston is filled with historical markers, cobblestones, and homes with more history than many parts of the United States. I listened to what these historic structures told…

Black Adventures 1.5 | Middleton Plantation & Perpetual Generational Wealth

For research purposes, I decided I needed an immersive experience on an American chattel slavery plantation. My third plantation this year, I realized the only way I could…

Black Adventures 1.4 | Unity Cemetery of Rocky Mount, North Carolina Part 1

This past year I’ve been sharing an incredible experience with conscious community leaders from Rocky Mount, North Carolina; the restoration of the historic Unity Cemetery. My perpetual quest…

Black Adventures 1.3 | Stagville Plantation

Historic Stagville still stands. This 1776, wagon Road turned into a booming plantation by 1860. The Cameron Family was empowered to exert control over more than 30,000 acres…

Collab: T.M.I. x Dane Brown Art

Super excited to share the T.M.I. series featuring artwork by Dane Brown Art! Too much information is never enough when it comes to his and herstory. It is…