Category Archives: 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.

The Rosa Parks Museum

Good morning family and friends! if you ever visit Montgomery, Alabama I encourage you to visit the Rosa Parks Museum! This museum is full of the rich history of all that led up to the Montgomery Bus Boycott. During that time, everyone came together in order to stand against injustice in the south. They stood together in Unity and refused to use public transportation for 381 days. Thank you Rosa Parks and the many unknown names who contributed to such a great movement.

I’m Thankful!

Good morning everyone! I am thankful to be alive, in my right state of mind, and have my health and strength. I am also thankful for my family. I know that it can be easy to take these things for granted. This is a photo when I stood on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama enjoying some of freedoms that our ancestors fought for. I understand that with the Most High God, all things are possible! Have a great day.