Black History Celebration!

In our society, being black usually means that we have been stereotyped: Loud, obnoxious, rude, disrespectful, poor, illiterate, and the list could go on and on. But the stereotypical image or perception by others is not true of all of us and it is because of who we are that we are able to make a difference in how people see the whole. I am proud of my familial connection to Carter G. Woodson and being a joint-heir with Jesus Christ!

Being Black3

Thank you for respecting me for who I am, not how others may see me!

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