Federal Black History Month Site

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I was researching for Black History facts recently and ran across this site called BlackHistoryMonth.gov.  It’s a site sponsored by the federal government and has quite a few links to different resources.

The site is primarily for February, the official Black History Month, but since I’m doing Black History Month, all year, you can follow the link above to visit the site anytime.  They have amazing resources under the “Exhibits and Collections” menu link and the other videos and audio selections are very interesting too.

Who Are Your People?

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I found this video while tooling around on the internet, researching a writing project.  One thing led to another and … well, here we are.  It’s time for you– no, us to Rethink our Heritage… I know some people are quick to connect with a lineage they’ve researched back to the mother land Africa.   Which is cool;  but, what about right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A.?  Have you taken a close look at your Native American heritage?  For us to really know ourselves, we should really take a closer look into our whole heritage.  It can really be fascinating.

My mom, grandmother/ great-grandmother are all part Native American.  My mom had told us the history years ago, but for some reason, it never really registered with me.  I think that Read More