ESAI MORALES “Difficulties may challenge mediocrity and defeat the fearful, but they only stimulate the true children of the most highs.” - The Urantia Book
A self-proclaimed activist, Esai Morales has freely given of his time to assist with many charitable organizations and environmental causes. He was founding board . . . → Read More: Esai Morales
“We are still devastated by the loss of our son Trayvon Martin, and nothing can bring him back. But today, we are heartened to tell you that justice may finally be served for Trayvon.
This evening, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey announced that . . . → Read More: TRAYVON MARTIN – PETITION
Watts Riot of Los Angeles (1965) Written By: Irivin Ward
Prior to the Watts Riot, in Los Angeles and other parts of the country, Black men were viewed as threatening figures and people who committed crimes. Although segregation was over it was a “open secret” that police officers were to keep people . . . → Read More: Watts Riot of Los Angeles, 1965
Lorraine Hansberry African-American Playwright and Author Written By: Trenton Walker “The thing that makes you exceptional, if you are at all, is inevitably that which must also make you lonely.” L H Early Life:
“Black” was the word handwritten on Lorraine Vivian Hansberry’s birth certificate on May 19, 1930. . . . → Read More: Lorraine Hansberry