Nicknamed The Black Pearl, the rich culture of the Town of Atlantic Beach was formed of mostly Gullah/Geechee people, descendants of slaves who lived for 300 years on the Sea Islands from Wilmington, North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida. (Read more here)
Note: Now this was interesting. I had never heard this history before. C. Dancy II – The DCN Publisher
Don’t know if you have seen this, but of you have not, it’s worth your time. Jim
Please share. What a testimony!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thought you might like this one! What an accomplished young man!
This is a clip from Atlanta’s Booker T. Washington High School 2010 graduation. The first male Valedictorian in 10 years.
Sons, grandsons, nephews, godchildren, or neighbors. . . . . . This is proof that we have no excuses . . . . we have to keep fighting to grow our manchildren into the great men that live inside of them.
Thanks Jim Clingman @ www.blackonomics.com for sharing.
Note: Yes we can, boys and men. We can be all of that and then some.
I have been away trying to get my new laptop set up with all of my information copied from my old laptop. I think I have completed my task. Wow moving from Windows XP to Windows 7 is an awesome experience.
Moving my contacts from Outlook Express to Windows Live was an experience.
I already know I am going to love my new weapon.
Now I can learn how to do my videos to put on my TV station and more.
I am back!!