Remember Me

I have been reading a lot of non-fiction lately, like memoirs rather than my usual educational stuff. And let me tell you, I am loving it. I wish I could talk about myself the way these women (and yes, they are all women of late) talk about themselves. Currently I am reading through Year of YesContinue reading “Remember Me”

Maya Angelou

Let’s begin our journey in black history with a woman whom I truly admire. This individual has spoken so much through her books, interviews, and other vehicles. What I have always loved about Maya Angelou was her confidence. I love how she lived her message. Born Marguerite Annie Johnson in April 1928 in St. Louis,Continue reading “Maya Angelou”