Please Note: Like part one of The Climatological Blossoms of My Mother’s Pink Camellia, based on reflections by African-American author Aberjhani (pronounced: Ah Bear Zhah Knee), repost of this second episode is presented on Mother’s Day 2022 in tribute to mothers and children escaping war zones and climate-ravaged regions around the world. Since the beginning … More The Climatological Blossoms on My Mother’s Pink Camellia Part 2 of 2￼
Welcome to Conversations with the World 101. Originally part of the virtual launch party for the book Greeting Flannery O’Connor at the Back Door of My Mind, this edited version is being presented as Americans head to the polls for Election Day 2020. This is what it’s all about: Quotations from my work in different … More Election Day 2020: Democracy, Personal Whims, and Accountability – Conversations with the World 101
10th anniversary digital graphic for Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance by Postered Poets based on original cover by Facts on Fact with art by Jacob Lawrence. “The story of African Americans was crafted anew into a poignant commentary on individual and group progress under great pressure, a story that over time became one of … More Text and Meaning in Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance (part 1 of 3) – National African-American Art | Examiner.com
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