Tag Archives: Alice Walker

ON THIS DAY: February 9, 2020

February 9th is Pizza Day Toothache Day Read in the Bathtub Day _____________________________________ MORE! Satchel Paige, Alice Walker and Eric Holder, click

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Word Cloud: DREAM

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD February is Black History Month in the United States. When Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous speech, “I Have a Dream,” in 1963, he wasn’t the first African-American to talk about a dream for a … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: February 9, 2019

February 9th is Pizza Day Toothache Day Read in the Bathtub Day _______________________________________ MORE! Alice Walker, Satchel Paige and Eric Holder, click

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TCS: Et occultatis una bellum est scriptor horror – Veteran’s Day 2018

Good Morning! ___________________________________________ Welcome to The Coffee Shop, just for you early risers on Monday mornings. This is an Open Thread forum, so if you have an off-topic opinion burning a hole in your brainpan, feel free to add a … Continue reading

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ON THIS DAY: February 9, 2018

February 9th is Bagel Day Pizza Day No One Eats Alone Day * Read in the Bathtub Day ____________________________________________ MORE!  Alice Walker, Satchel Paige and Bernard Harris, click

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Word Cloud: DREAM

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD February is Black History Month in the United States. When Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous speech, “I Have a Dream,” in 1963, he wasn’t the first African-American to talk about a dream for a … Continue reading

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Poems for National Black Poetry Day

_____________________________________________ cutting greens by Lucille Clifton curling them around i hold their bodies in obscene embrace thinking of everything but kinship. collards and kale strain against each strange other away from my kissmaking hand and the iron bedpot. the pot … Continue reading

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