In this country American means white. Everybody else has to hyphenate.
Me and my brother cooking up a storm! Got the home made chili with FRESH ingredients simmering in the Crock pot for the night while we got another batch cooking on the stove! Pine Bluff may be froze over but I’m GGUCCCCCIIIII!!
Just received amazing news. Found out where and when I will start work and found out I’ve been promoted because of my GPA. Things are not set in stone just yet, I have to do paper work this week and all. But as soon as everything is final I will announce my start date and place of my new career. God is so Good.
Louis Draper, Plucked From Obscurity
By John Edwin Mason
Until recently, histories of photography would have ignored Louis H. Draper — not because of the quality of his photographs, but because of the color of his skin. With the exception of Gordon Parks, African-Americans were mostly glossed over or excluded altogether.
But over the last 25 years, a new generation of historians and curators have worked to pluck from obscurity photographers who were marginalized because of color, gender, geography or class. Those efforts were often thwarted by the loss of photographers’ papers and prints. Luckily, Mr. Draper had preserved an archive, and in recent years, his work has risen in visibility and esteem. [Continue reading at the New York Times.]
No matter how many people I sleep with, eat with, share time with, or play around with nobody will ever make me feel the way you once made me did. You are growing more and more everyday and I respect and want that for you. Congrats on everything really. But yea I guess even dogs have some type of heart cuz I still miss you sometimes. Hate what you put us through and all, and I know it can’t be taken back; however, I wish I could go back to that time at least once again if only for a minute. Scared out of my mind to even think that but yea shits different now. I miss us sometimes, just being honest. Life’s A Beach