Crystal “Kirei” Turner is making Black History with open mic series – These Words Live

Meet Poet/Spoken Word Artist Crystal “Kirei” Turner Creating Black History thru Art, Activism, and Entrepreneurship In 2018, I am continuing to make Black History through art and activism. Bringing awareness to the issues that Black women face, creating and maintaining spaces where we are able to speak freely and openly, about our truth. Making history is about leaving an impact, Read More …

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I AM African-American (and so are you)

I AM African-American (and so are you) YOU = Black people living in America. Assimilation the process of adapting or adjusting to the culture of a group or nation, or the state of being so adapted: assimilation of immigrants into American life. Sociology. the merging of cultural traits from previously distinct cultural groups, not involving biological amalgamation. I turn my Read More …

Black History Month Spotlight: Melva F. Miller

Name and Title:  Melvia F. Miller (Consultant/Educator) What do you do and why? I have been an educator and instructional designer for many years. I publish books, DVDs, and other materials with the goal of helping to empower and emlighten others. I also created a board game, titled ECO-OPOLY. We promote our online TRUE HISTORY MUSEUM for the purpose of Read More …

Ask Dangerous Lee: Why is it that no African-American knows who Roscoe Robinson, Jr. is?

Q: Why is it that no African-American knows who Roscoe Robinson, Jr. is? Every American should be proud of what he accomplished. Sel Graham Austin Texas A: I agree that every American should be proud of what Mr. Robinson accomplished in his lifetime, but I do not agree that no African American knows who he is. There are Americans, Black Read More …