Tag Archives: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Good News for Black History Month

Tweet Dorothy Ngongang and her younger sister Sandra McBeth–formerly Dorothy and Sandra Giles–were raised, along with eight siblings, in a dilapidated five-room hut. They didn’t have much food except what they could catch, forage, or glean.  They could only go to school on rainy days, … Continue reading

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Diamonds are a Plunderer’s Best Friend

Tweet I think it would do us all good to pause in our puzzling over the fate of our own country and think of others.  Zimbabwe, for instance. It’s located in the Southwest corner of the continent of Africa, it’s foot resting on the country of South Africa. … Continue reading

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Eat. Pray. VOTE!

Tweet “Being a politician is a poor profession.  Being a public servant is a noble one.”  President Herbert Hoover (1874 – 1964)  Eat… Pray…Vote.  Better yet… Eat… Pray… Vote…Pray  “Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what … Continue reading

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