May 01

Dale Ricardo Shields

Tweet  Dale Ricardo Shields Director, Educator and Theatre Artist { Archivist and Creator of  Iforcolor.org }   “Today is the oldest you’ve ever been, and the youngest you’ll ever be again. Live life to the fullest today! No regrets! “ “History, pass it on. I am here to share, I believe… Perhaps it is an ancestral calling.  It feels like it is

May 07

Chapman Roberts

Tweet ~ CHAPMAN ROBERTS ~ *****In celebration of the creator of Black Stars on Broadway***** Maestro ~ Producer ~ Composer @ Dale Shields May 5, 2014 All rights reserved. In honor of the creator of Black Stars of the Great White Way Chapman Roberts debuted in the original Broadway cast of Hair. His subsequent stage appearances included …

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Feb 25

BLACK HISTORY

Tweet  A Dale Shields Research Collaboration BLACK HISTORY The first Africans as slave labor are introduced in America. A Dutch trader exchanges his cargo of 20 Africans for food in Jamestown Virginia, in August of 1619. It is believed that these Africans were sold into conditions similar to indentured servitude – a common practice in …

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Feb 18

Stanley Wayne Mathis

Tweet  ~ Stanley Wayne Mathis ~ by Dale Ricardo Shields “I read somewhere many years ago while working on the West Coast (The Jelly’s Last Jam workshop at The Mark Taper Forum) “Fame is what others give you. Sucess is what you give yourself.” – Stanley Wayne Mathis STANLEY WAYNE MATHIS has performed on The …

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Feb 09

Black American Soldiers in the Civil War by Matthew Elliott

Tweet  Black American Soldiers in the Civil War  by Matthew Elliott  Edited and revised by Dale Ricardo Shields   The American Civil War is arguably the most gruesome and brutal war in United States history. Brothers fought against brothers, fathers fought against sons, and through this terrible conflict a people were finally granted freedom. Though …

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