The Most Fascinating and Flamboyant Lady of the Harlem Renaissance

One of the fascinating and flamboyant ladies of the twentieth century was A’Lelia Walker, daughter of Madam C. J. Walker. Out of the many personalities that had a very profound effect on the most dynamic period in African American cultural history, the Harlem Renaissance, A’Lelia stands out as the shining light that illuminated for over …

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A Woman of Dignity and Integrity

Since March is Women’s History Month, I thought I might reflect back over the past century to consider what one particular woman best personified the beauty, morality and dignity of the Black Woman within the public arena. There is a very large selection of my beautiful sisters that meet my criteria. But I have chosen …

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Striking a Blow Against Illiteracy

Last Saturday evening, one hundred men and women struck a blow against illiteracy when they gathered at the Club at Sonterra in San Antonio, Texas for a tribute dinner to our local authors and to the memory of the late Dr. David Floyd. School teachers, college professors, corporate executives, business men and women and elected …

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