Shira Destinie Jones in 2012 Book review section — IJCCR
And this work led to Project Do Better…
Review: Anna J. Cooper’s A Voice From The South, By A Woman of The South
Part of Project Do Better
Ann and Anna, (serial short story): Prequel Concluded
Project Do Better works to share the history of Black women warriors of all types.
Why do Black women experience much more disparities in regular medical and gynecological care?
Project Do Better agrees, which is why Phase I started with public health care, especially focusing on Black women. The Project Do Better manifesto, a free manual for community members and organizers, is available in PDF, Epub, or even mobi formats, on the ShiraDest blog or from various sites, never for money. #ProjectDoBetter supports Black…
Have You Heard of Alice Augusta Ball?
Black women’s history and autobiography writing (with volunteer help as needed) is especially emphasized in Phase III ofand all of #ProjectDoBetter.
Selma ~ called Bloody Sunday :Black History ~ American History — thank you, Seed for Change
Project Do Better agrees that learning is the first step, as Phase 1 of #ProjectDoBetter works to be a seed… First March from Selma When You Pray, Move Your Feet. — African Proverb. Charles White(?), photographer, Selma, Alabama, March 1965. photo courtesy of Representative John Lewis John Lewis (on right in trench coat) and Hosea…
Tracing Black Family History, via Black Nuns
“For us, Black Americans, it is so difficult to trace our families, and we have been so often taught to despise ourselves, our history, our blood lines, that it is not mere interest in where our families come from which is at point here, but rather, proving that we have had something to offer the…
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