Black History Month reading

23 01 2023

It is possible to learn from history. We should be able to learn without fear of divisive indoctrination.

Black History Month reading for my home. So thankful for the quality of work in these books!

More than ever before I am committed to learning from the mistakes of the past. This includes making right my own mistake of ignorance.

We love our neighbors. We listen to our neighbors. Eighty percent of the neighbors within a dozen blocks of us are African Americans.

I am committed to learning, showing love, and improving the quality of our collective lives.

Even if you stick to the fast-food section of the Bible, Psalms, and Proverbs, you will find a high value on learning from history.

Let’s learn so that we can show loving respect.

Conversations with God by James Melvin Washington

The Black Church by Henry Louis Gates Jr

A Testament of Hope by Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr

Wilmington’s Lie by David Zucchino

Carry Me Home by Diane McWhorter

How the Word is Passed by Clint Smith

There is a River by Vincent Harding


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