Black History Month

Having read the  Book of Negroes, I was interested in seeing the story played out recently on television. Although difficult to watch at times, it showed time and again the unbelievable challenges these people endured. I am also looking forward to seeing Selma at the theatre in the near future.

As you may have noted if you tweet, I recently asked about the author of the article on Thurgood Marshall and The March of Dimes. You might like to check out the article about Justice Thurgood Marshall to see how he worked on behalf of his people. For starters, in his most famous case before the Supreme Court, Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka, he won the case which meant that racial discrimination in public education was illegal in the United States.

But how is this related to my book Grounded? Find the article and read on…

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