Thank you, Norris. This is amazing!
Yes, we should celebrate Harriet every month, but Ms. Johnson does more than presentations. She also gives tours of the Tubman estate, and she and her family celebrate Harriet’s legacy each day.
Thank you! I hope so too!
No problem, you’re very welcome!
I know you’re waiting for Arthur to respond, but thought I’d share my thoughts too.
I don’t believe that it has to be a choice between the two. I believe that we are beings with critical thinking skills who can glean what we need from those before us to inform, prepare and execute the work in front of us.
No one figure in black history, no one person who has fought for, wrote about, investigated or spoken out against the degradation of black humanity in this country or world is better or greater than the one who has done it before, alongside, or after him/her. Each proves that we have our own unique ways, ideas and…
Yes, doing this series has piqued my interest like never before and I want to learn and expose who we have been, are and can become!
Everything you say is true. I’m actually thinking of publishing weekly Black history facts/stories, featuring black men and women who have and are currently doing wonderful things. Our greatness needs to be acknowledged regularly, especially since we live in a society that does its best to degrade our humanity.
Yes! Great film and points!
Thank you for reading!
Spelling has nothing to do with education at the US Dept. of Education!
I think it was removed. I appreciate the heads up!
Yes, this quote moved me too! It’s a road map to becoming our greater selves, to impact others in ways that will never be forgotten!