Tag Archives: slavery

Author Erica Armstrong Dunbar is Today’s Honoree

ABOUT NEVER CAUGHT: When George Washington was elected president, he reluctantly left behind his beloved Mount Vernon to serve in Philadelphia, the temporary seat of the nation’s capital, after a brief stay in New York. In setting up his household … Continue reading

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Author Ev’one-yaY Eulasson is Today’s Honoree

According to Mic.com, about 60,000 slaves live in the U.S. today. The Civil War didn’t end slavery. It only concealed it. In his book “Sometimes the Diaspora Begins at Home,” Ev’one-yaY Eulasson, also known as Felton Perry, explores the 400 … Continue reading

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Today’s Honoree is Amber Hayes

Amber Hayes is 14 years old and she is making a difference with her writing skills. Amber started her own Facebook and YouTube pages to share her gifts. Her stage name is Double A. When I asked her why she cose … Continue reading

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