April 2016

Blog Archive

Sat, 16.04.2016

The Unfinished Community Building in Black America, by B. Mchie

Phrases like “It takes a village to raise a child” are often used as a metaphor for old school neighborhoods, how our black ancestors lived and a romanticized past that many want back. In 2016, sometimes the village/community phrase feels like a cliché for African America. Its not to say this can’t be done but […]

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New Poem Each Day

Poetry Corner

Attend my lays, ye ever honored Nine, Assist my labors, and my strains refine; In smoothest numbers pour the notes along, For bright Aurora now demands my song. Aurora hail! AN HYMN TO THE MORNING by Phyllis Wheatley.
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