Archive for August 2011

SOUL TRAIN CONCERT AT MILLENNIUM PARK ON LABOR DAY

Do you remember SOUL TRAIN?  If you do good, if you don’t sorry about that.  It was the hippest trip in America.   On Labor Day, September 5,  you can join the Soul Train festivities at Millennium Park.  There will be a stepper’s set hosted by  the  Cool Gent,  Herb Kent.  The King of the... Read more »

King's Memorial

King's Memorial
It is only befitting that Hurricane Irene appears in Washington when the King Monument is about to be showcased to the public. God has a sense of humor and is poetic. When King arrived in Washington some 48 years ago with The March on Washington, he brought about a storm in America for some a... Read more »

The Help

The Help is a must see for black and white  American women.  The movie is a story on the underbelly, the unspoken culture of race relations of the South.  The story is from the viewpoint of the maids, “the help” and their personal/human feelings of taking care of white families, in the heart of the... Read more »
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