Category Archives: African American History

Black History


Black History Month! Listen to me clearly when I tell you that this is bigger than any one month. Black History is too big for one month and must be celebrated daily. Not to mention that someone attempted to give us the shortest month of the year (February). Me and my family (community) will celebrate Black History on a daily basis. There’s a wealth of Black History. I encourage everyone to do research on Black History and proudly share with the world. Thanks for taking the time to read this. Peace and blessings to all.

Kru People

The Kru People are an African Tribe who refused to be taken as slaves. The  Kru People are an inspiration In most cases, the Kru People avoided capture. In other instances, they would fight to the death or even take their own lives before being captured. They were in Liberia and neighboring countries.  You can learn more about the Kru People on the and the

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Give Loved Ones Flowers

Give your loved ones Flowers while they can smell and see them. No one knows the day or hour when it will be our last. Tell your loved ones now while they’re here with us. Giving flowers may be as simple as telling them you love them, showing them you appreciate them, or just being there to support them. This is just what I did and continue to do with my loved ones.

I wrote the book titled: These Are Your Flowers. In this book I gave my mother, grandmother, dad, and mother-figures their flowers. This was a simple but necessary gesture. The book is available on Amazon in paperback or kindle.

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