Thoughts on Race, Culture & "Living in the Light"
Very interesting information, Deb!Peace!
Ensayn1...Hey! (You share the same avatar as my brother Amenta, a commenter over at the AfroSpear with whom I've had some great conversations!)I found Harry Jerome's story interesting, because sadly, I know little to nothing about the Black experience in Canada, except for what I glean from other blogs and Black Canadians who comment here (We, Black Americans, to our detriment IMHO, seem to neither know, nor care to know anything about the Black Diaspora which extends beyond our own doostep. �� ).But equally interesting, was Selwyn Jacob's dogged determination to tell this story that he'd carried with him for all those years! I admire that immensely. Thanks for dropping in!
Hey Deb, I Amenta, is one in the same as Ensayn which is my blog The World of Ensayn Reality...I meant no confusion. Blogspot allowS me to sign in one way and Wordpress requires another.At any rate, it is interesting how the Black experience in Canada is not shared very much. Check this link out:http://www.bccns.com/
Hey Brother! See, I'm paying better attention these days! :-)Thanks for the great link--you know I went straight to it, right?! Maybe one day I can get up there to see it in-person. Hell! I saw the "Job Opportunities" link there and thought, "Hmmm" (but then I saw you needed to be a resident or have work permit).I feel I've spent so much time not knowing shit about me, about us! Now, I feel like I'm running out of time (that whole gettin' old thing!). At any rate, thanks again Man!(P.S. Is your blog password protected? Tried to look at it, but couldn't)
No its not. Something is wrong with squarespace I have complained. It takes a few minutes to come up. Pull up the link and just view something else until it comes up. I also have another I do, my alter ego...www.supremeultimate.wordpress.com
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