Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church: A Year Later — Lest We Forget!

Recently I read a piece in the AARP Bulletin, the June 2016 issue, on the Charleston Massacre: A Year Later, “The Long Road to Forgiveness.” As a student of history, I almost always think that we don’t remember what we … Continue reading

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From my award-winning epic poem, “Black Shadows and Through the White Looking Glass: Remembrance of Things Past and Present” – my tribute to the Greatest!

  XXXX War was declared, On two fronts: At home and abroad. As American troops fought To make the world Safe for democracy, Or to end all wars, Or to stop communism From spreading Like a communicable disease, She was … Continue reading

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