Yes it’s been hyped, but for a very good reason. This documentary puts us in the lives of 5 children who have to enter a lottery for a chance of a better education. This movie was completely heartbreaking and personal for me because I can relate…
I found my smile again You helped me find my smile again I found my smile again You helped me find my smile again
I don’t know what it is that you’re doing All I know is baby, that you’re shonuff doin it good And you look at me, and my heart just starts the moving I haven’t felt like this in a while Girl I wanna thank you, for helping me find my smile
My smile, hello hello smile, I haven’t seen you in a while Your love, girl your love, you make me feel like I’m on a cloud And since I laid eyes on you, my spirit’s been brand new
After African-American performer Josephine Baker expatriated to France, she famously smuggled military intelligence to French allies during World War II. She did this by pinning secrets inside her dress, as well as writing them in invisible ink on her sheet music.
If you complain over and over about how people are fake and you have no real friends because you can’t trust anyone maybe you should check yourself. I am a firm believer that birds of a feather flock together. With that being said, if the majority of people you call “friends” are fake, I’m willing to bet money you’re probably fake too.
10 Truths Black And Hispanic People Know, But White People Won’t Admit:
1. Elvis is dead. 2. Jesus was not White. 3. Rap music is here to stay 4. Kissing your pet is not cute or clean. 5. Skinny does not equal sexy. 6. Thomas Jefferson had black children. 7. A 5 year child is too big for a…
Before the great migration of African-Americans to the Northern, Northeastern and Western United States, there were “The Exodusters.” The Exodusters were African-Americans who fled the Southern United States for Kansas in 1879 and 1880. After the end of reconstruction, racial tension and poverty made large groups of blacks head north. They chose Kansas because it was the land of abolitionist John Brown and it was promoted by civil rights leader Benjamin “Pap” Singleton.