Category Archives: black people

Guarantor of Freedom -‘Leased Freedom’

In a course of an in depth research for writing a book I discovered a common practice I had never heard of. The system had many unknown nooks, that are just now seeing the light of day. It was indeed … Continue reading

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Cicely Tyson passed away: An actress who Shattered Stereotypes, Pioneering “Sounder” Oscar Nominee & “The Autobiography Of Miss Jane Pittman” Emmy Winner, “A Woman called Moses.” She Was 96

Her latest role Ophelia Harkness in How To Get Away With Murders is perhaps most young people know her from but she had already made history before starring as [Anna Harkness’ mother.] Annalise Keating Whether one is familiar with her … Continue reading

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You don’t need anyone’s permission to be excited about something. Congratulation to All African American Women!

For those whom the Inauguration of Kamala Harris means the most to and the long wait is final over. Congratulation. You long deserved it. There would be no America were not for the labor of black women. I can imagine … Continue reading

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Here are 15 pieces of people-focused good news you might have missed this year.

This year has been like none other in recent memory. I hope the next year brings more sunshine to dry the tears. We all need some good news even if it is mixed with some sadness. Here are 15 pieces … Continue reading

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Structural or systematic racism is taking a toll on our children’s mental health

We hear a lot about the toil it takes on adults but rarely do we heard about the helpless child witnessing the adult go through it. Racism and social inequality don’t just affect adults. The article states why they have … Continue reading

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Just because you’re a sheep doesn’t mean you have to follow the crowd.

The volatility of some people can be like looking at a hagfish for the first time. Ugly and slimy. But at least how they look serve a purpose. The hagfish looks the way nature intended but people’s faces twisted ugly … Continue reading

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What happened to individualism?

What happened to individualism? Agreeing with everyone all the time is not “indivisible” means. I’ve learned throughout life to get to the heart of the truth…you may have to offend some people. The process isn’t always pleasant. Too many people … Continue reading

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Telfar Shopping Bag.

In New York everyone is carrying a Telfar shopping bag. Well, that is… if you can find one to buy. By that, I mean someone who brought one but wants to sell it. The site is sold out. From their … Continue reading

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How to (Try to) Edit a Book #LikeABoss -Reblog

I thought this article contained a lot of useful pointers to use in editing. It’s an important part of creating a book. I thought about the present day editing process when I was reading a play in which the writing … Continue reading

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