Building Courage through History

I have been really gaining courage to communicate my thoughts on my blogs since reading The Reason Why the Colored American is Not In the World’s Columbian Exposition by Ida B. Wells, Frederick Douglass and two others.  It was deep reading, and they did not mind calling people out about the wrongs.  That’s love. I […]

Mis-Education of the Negro

As we approach Black History Month, I had two thoughts: 1. Should I start a book discussion on Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s Mis-Education of the Negro on of my blogs? 2. Will the Chicago Chapter of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) have any events in Dr. Woodson’s honor?  […]