Longing For Ancestral Connections

December 4, 2018

While searching the Library of Congress’ archives for documents that might connect “Negroes” to other Eastern people, I ran across several audios of former slaves, some of which I’d heard before. But it was the infinite number of images that made me feel like I’d missed out… I thought of how, even, some black families maintain remnants of their history… Black and white photos of family members, records of Negro…

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Identity Crisis: Who are Black People?

November 27, 2017

I heard a Hebrew brother say the indigenous people of America were black Hebrews. As I had many times, I began to search the internet for historical evidence of a connection between the indigenous people and the Hebrews of the bible. As I searched for facts, I was taken back by the myths regarding the identity of slave descendants. Some of which almost had me fooled. I read about the…

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Who Am I?

Who Am I? Wherever I am, bad things happen. No matter what I have, I am looked down upon. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to be free. I have the highest rate of diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, and heart disease. I have the highest rate of death from prostate, breast, and lung cancer. I am the most incarcerated in America and five times more likely to…

June 5, 2017
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