Feb. 20, 2022

We Are Always To Look Up To ….

Black History Moment
This statue disturbs me and it should disturb America

Feb. 17, 2022

Real Facts Not Make Believe

Feb. 16, 2022

Provoked Thoughts

Feb. 15, 2022

The Blackman Who Reads Aloud

Tomorrow Evening on Facebook
Celebration of Black History Month Continues
We all stand on the shoulders of Ida Belle Wells fortitude, determination and defiance

Feb. 7, 2022

Black History Quote

"We know a heck of a lot more about why and how and where black men fail than we do about how and why they are successful."

James Minor, Southern Education Foundation

"When black men and women in America started the race to wealth building they came handicapped, chained, and shackled, with no realistic ability to gain equal benefits with white men. So it's no wonder success came to so few of our ancestors in this nation. It's like a dying man thirsting to find water in Death Valley. He may find a drop but he would never expect a steady flow to nourish his dying need. Just the same for a black man thirsting to rise above his condition of oppression in America; a few may find some drops of financial relief but so many of our ancestors were left economically thirsty."

Joseph S. Hall
The Black Blogger