Remembering Civil Rights Activist Anne Moody, A Look at her Widely Acclaimed Autobiography (Book Review)

Remembering Civil Rights Activist Anne Moody, A Look at her Widely Acclaimed Autobiography (Book Review)

I strive to live realistically with a streak of optimism, I have almost perfected the practice of finding the silver lining life’s dark clouds. This recent experience is not exception, here in Florida the week started off with a category-four  hurricane barreling down on the state. Hurricane season happens every year so I went about making preparations…

God Ain’t Blind (Book Review)

God Ain’t Blind (Book Review)

God Ain’t Blind (2009)  This is my second introduction to the work of Mary Monroe, I know I am late but that’s the thing about written work you can discover it in your own time. I have found reading fiction as a welcomed break from the heaviness of pouring over slave narratives, like those narratives I…

“The Vilest That Every Saw the Sun,” The House of Bondage Book Review

“The Vilest That Every Saw the Sun,” The House of Bondage Book Review

‘It was bad,” or “it was so long ago, get over it,” are some of the cliché responses that one would hear at the very mention of slavery. Yes, I said it slavery, slavery, slavery the trans-Atlantic slave trade was the most horrific mass trafficking of human bodies in history and it deserves more attention…

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