Always Do the Right Thing and Do it Correctly

A couple of years ago,  I attended the memorial services of Mrs. Jean McGill of Tulsa. I did not know or know of Mrs. McGill, but attended the services with a mentor of mine who were good friends with Mrs. McGill. As you could imagine, I was somewhat uneasy attending the services of a total stranger.   However, while obviously very …

The Association for Study of Negro Life and History

 Founded in 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson (Omega Psi Phi Man), the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History (originally called the Study of Negro Life and History) was a ground breaking Black Think Tank of the world’s most prominent Black scholars.  The Association worked tirelessly to refute racist and incorrect ideas about African-American culture, life, and […]