I Am Royalty: Profiles In Black History (Volume 2)

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I Am Royalty: Profiles In Black History (Volume 2) Paperback

I Am Royalty: Profiles In Black History was published on December 21, 2010 to prove that there are positive alternatives in our communities, to make these alternatives visual, and to begin building our people through our stories. These are our stories and our history in written form. Our communities are full of people who are positive examples, but we are not always aware of the people making the changes. I Am Royalty was created to represent these people and to introduce them to youth as the positive role models that they are. The stories in “I Am Royalty” are being shared to serve as examples of what we would like to see our children become. It is sometimes difficult to see positive lights or alternatives in life when we see life through visions that only contain negative images. “I Am Royalty” shares the stories of the positive people that reside in our communities while attempting to overshadow some of the negative images that we are forced to see throughout our days. By assisting us in sharing these stories, you will be demonstrating your support for Black people, our advancement, our communities, and our children. A Profile In Black History is a profile of someone that is making a productive effort in their life or in the lives of others. This person has made or is making accomplishments that are important to the development of Black American progress. Artists, athletes, authors or publishers, civic or social leaders, educators, entertainers, entrepreneurs, military or public servants, religious leaders, trend setters, or someone you have worked with or admired over the years may be among them. They may be someone you have read about. This project was brought to you by Michael Conliffe, Beverly Black Johnson, Allysha Hamber, Tiffany A. Flowers, Patricia Neely-Dorsey, Angelique Goliday, Paulette Harper-Johnson, Renita M Walker, Lance Scurvin, Tina Michelle Boursiquo, Jennifer Price, Brandy Adamson, Debra Ann Brown-Davis, Henry Campbell, Moreen Forte', Peggi Trusty, Tiffany Willis, Diana Johnson-Gray, James Bird Guess, Anna Black, Fiordaliza Charles, Glenda A. Wallace, Richard C Jones, Gwendolyn King, Jacqueline Tyecise McDuffie, Shrisma Smith, Tasonn Haynes, Takesha Howard, Sheila L. Jackson, Barbara Grovner, Sharon Newkirk Wells, Hernando Flowers, Sheniqua Wallace, Shemeiah “Mia” Bonds, Taneka Dorch, Charron Monaye, and Emmanuel Brown. Thank you for helping to create the bridges that will connect our communities.
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