Speaking & Teaching

Jul. 26, 2021

"There's a difference between a "nigger" and a Blackman, you see Malcolm X and MLK didn't take assassin's bullets for today's "niggers" to be stacking up black bodies in our urban centers every day. Malcolm and MLK died working for the Blackmen and Blackwomen to be stacking up wins in this oppressed nation. Both Malcolm and MLK believed that black murder was the worse sin, and neither didn't wanna hear anything about niggers guarding turf or beefing about irrelevant things like drugs and paper money. You see killing your Black brothers is certainly not in the least bit funny."

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Jul. 23, 2021

Journeying through the Mississippi Narrative of The Federal Writer's Project Our Enslaved Ancestors. Today, we read the recollections of the 96-year-old former slave John Cameron. Ancestor Cameron was enslaved for 25 plus years and that experience warped his mind about the evilness of those who held him in bondage. Or, John Cameron told a false tale to the interviewer because he didn't trust the government. You decide.

Jul. 21, 2021

Father Charles Coates’s recollections are so vivid about the level of physical violence our ancestors received during slavery it’s disturbing. I continue my journey through the The Federal Writer’s Project with my reading from the Florida Slave Narrative.

Jul. 20, 2021

The Federal Writer's Project
Florida Slave Narratives
Neil Coker
The Story Of Bellamy Road

Jul. 19, 2021

Listen as I read the remarkable recollection of Arthur Gregston, who for four years lead nearly 300 to freedom across the Ohio River from Kentucky to Ohio. He was a conductor on the underground railway.