Tag: The “Missing Pages”

“He dehumanized inhumanity By humanizing humanity He defeated defeat By strangling fear to death Madiba uprooted the weeds of apartheid With the hoe of selflessness…”  (From “Mandiba Lives,” by Olanrewaju Kolade) Today is a special hallmark day in the history of the world:  “Madiba” is dead… Yet, from my studies in Ancient African History, I know […]

  “There is no Negro (Black) problem. The problem is whether the American people have loyalty enough, honor enough, patriotism enough, to live up to their own constitution…”  (Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, a.k.a., “Frederick Douglass,” Abolitionist, Diplomat & Writer, b.1818 – d.1895)    Once again, Black History Month has been front-and-center, as February (2013) begins […]