Hello. Good morning.
Let the church say amen.
Looking like your uncles.
Anyone see the USA making it out of that group alive?
Growing up you read books about Toussaint Louverture, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Marcus Garvey, and others who stood strong in the face of evil so powerful most did not believe they could be brought down, but those heroes of yesteryear had passed before us. They were only there between the pages of our history books.
Mandela was the hero of our generation. He lived not only in books, but walked this earth fighting in our name at the time time as us, fighting for those same liberties, against those same giants, hell bent on keeping us on our knees.
Today we mourn your passing, Madiba, but we will never stop fighting your fight.
1918 - 2013
Low hanging fruit. #NewYorkNights #enjoytheseconds
Long walks in the park. #OldBrooklyn #EnjoyTheSeconds
We’re having a party. Some of you are invited.
A morning stroke. An ego stroke that is by @warmtonesmalone “I saved my favorite for last. Everyone meet Gardy. On the outside he’s cuddly and reminds me of my Uncle Mo. Quite the confident one he lead most of the discussions and offered the most challenging pushback. Then followed up with articles supporting his pov today in the book club group! I consider him my favorite because of everyone there I felt like arguing with. Just the conviction of his delivery made me want to listen to him speak.” via @InstaReposts