‘Thane of Cawdor’
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
Shakespeare - A Tale of Honor, Battle, Murder, and Deceit!
Story #4 Within The Pages of 'Hallow I'
The brief appearance of a trio of witches and then moves to a military ca ...
Posted Saturday, February 13th 2016 at 5:48PM
" In Return "
Stand tall my goddress
Sweep your gravely desires place among my flesh
Pierce my most trusted heart
Lay terms to fainted tears
Crushed beneath our lost love
Walks the earth without No bounds
Cast all doubts in return
My love b ...
Posted Saturday, February 13th 2016 at 2:16AM
To live a thousand times
As the moons sets each years
Pass the the oceans waves
And say goodbye.....
To sink deep where the lonely heart lies
Remember for all times
Impressionable moments to touch a person lives
To live a thousands ti ...
Posted Saturday, February 13th 2016 at 2:11AM
Whitney Elizabeth Houston was born into a musical family on 9 August 1963, in Newark, New Jersey, the daughter of gospel star Cissy Houston, cousin of singing star Dionne Warwick and goddaughter of soul legend Aretha Franklin.
She began singing i ...
Posted Thursday, February 11th 2016 at 5:00PM
The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) was a labor union organized by African American employees of the Pullman Company in August 1925 and led by A. Philip Randolph and Milton P. Webster. Over the next twelve years, the BSCP fought a three-fr ...
Posted Thursday, February 11th 2016 at 4:47PM
In 1781, Elizabeth “Mumbet” Freeman became the first African-American woman to win her freedom from slavery through a court of law. The case was held in Massachusetts, which coincidentally, became the first state in the Union to abolish slavery; many ...
Posted Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 9:22PM
In 1970, Cheryl Adrienne Brown was the first African-American woman to compete in the Miss America pageant.
Born in New York City, to a Port Authority officer and a hospital clinic manager, she grew up in Queens with three brothers. Brown studied ...
Posted Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 9:16PM
Only the second of its kind the country, The Griot Museum of Black History opened as The Black World History Wax Museum in February 1997. In 2009, we hit upon what seems to be the perfect name “The Griot Museum of Black History” ("The Griot”). In ...
Posted Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 7:54AM
Painted symbol of the Power Fist
The raised fist (also known as the clenched fist) is a symbol ofsolidarity and support. It is also used as a salute to express unity, strength, defiance, or resistance.
Not to be confused with Michaela Angela Dav ...
Posted Tuesday, February 9th 2016 at 6:13PM
“The ancestors of Black Indians often created an American Sisterhood and Brotherhood we have tried to maintain under terrible circumstances and in the face of armed opposition.”
‘They Know We Have A History’
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
Posted Sunday, February 7th 2016 at 12:22PM
JULIAN FRANCIS ABELE (1881-1950) ARCHITECT WHO DESIGNED THE PHILADELPHIA FREE LIBRARY, WIDER LIBRARY AT HAVARD, AND THE BUILDING THAT IS NOW THE INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS AT THE NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Julian Francis Abele (1881-1950), chief designer of th ...
Posted Friday, February 5th 2016 at 9:33AM
WHEN WILL WE LEARN HOW TO SPEAK THE CAR DEALERS ENCRYPTED LANGUAGE?
In 2003 God inspired CCBM (http://bit.ly/1RTp6KJ ) to become the first "Global" advocate for "People of Color" who refuse to accept the irrefutable fact that RECORD BREAKING, Car ...
Posted Thursday, February 4th 2016 at 1:32AM