On Thursday June 14, 2018 I delivered 16 DVDs to the Office of Aging for the Super Seniors Program. The Seniors are 90 and above.

I have volunteered to video for the past 2 years and in the future.

This make my 2nd year donating my time and services for this worthy cause. Last year I donated 25 DVDs and photos.

The cost for videoing the event would be a cost of $150.00 and the individual DVDs $10.00 each.

Folk when you give me a donation this is what you contribute to along with meetings and etc. that I video and make available for others to see on my Facebook Photos and YouTube.

There are other expenses such as gas, ink to print labels and sleeves to put DVD in.

Woman Chases Down Teen Who Called Her the N-Word, Forces Him to Explain Himself — Then Facebook Pulled Her Video – Atlanta Star

A Black woman took matters into her own hands this week when she confronted a white teen who allegedly called her a racial slur in a store parking lot last month.

Facebook user “Ayo Henry” filmed the moment she rolled up on the suspected racist as he biked along the side of the road. The young woman said she spotted the teen from her car as she was driving home from practice.

“Hey you little s—t!” she shouts from the passenger’s side window. “Remember that time  you called me a n—-r?! Remember that.”

Frightened, the teen takes off on his bicycle, scurrying behind an apartment building. The woman isn’t far behind, however, as she hops out of her car and chases him.

“Run, Forrest, run!” she yells. “Run you little white supremacist piece of s–t. The n—–s gonna get ya!”

Once she finally catches up with him, she delivers a little tough love to the young man.

“Who’s your mother?” she repeatedly asks the teen. The boy eventually apologizes for his comments, saying he was in a “bad mood” that day. “Ayo Henry” then presses him further, asking where he picked up such language and racist attitudes.

“I was hanging out with the wrong people,” said the teen, who’s sporting a hoodie with a large Confederate flag emblazoned on it. (Read More)