Did you know on December 13: in 1944 saw the inclusion of Black women into the U.S. Women’s Naval Corps (WAVES). in 1957 the first ambassador from the newly-independent African nation of Ghana to the United States, Daniel A. Chapman was installed.
Today’s Black History Facts: 1) 1869:the Colored National Labor Convention, the first Black U.S. labor organization met in Washington, D.C. 2) 1871: P.B.S. Pinchback was elected President Pro Tem of the Louisana Senate and acting Lieutenant Governor. 3) 1963: Dr. Ralph Bunche (Detroit native and Nobel Peace Prize winner) and Miss Marian Anderson (Opera singer) were
Julian Assange isn’t the enemy, and neither is WikiLeaks. As simplistic as it may sound, we’re now living in the Facebook era, where everyone wants to not only know everything about everyone else but feels compelled to electronically expose their own privates as well. Only old folks such as myself remember when it seemed