More colored men and women in America, and the West Indies, from one generation to the next have purposed to exist beyond the stigma placed on us as a people.
Our story has been told, documented and taught in the mainstream, but not made popular by our own people. Much has been written of the negro man, woman and child in America, but most of this has been from the point of view of the Caucasian man and or women.
We are beginning to flourish and no longer subsribe to the idea that we are a “defeated nation,” we have a renewed existence.
There has been a Spiritual Re-Birth amongst our people and that RE-BIRTH has been the catalyst that has led many of us to live a new life, not defined by our ancestor’s captives; but one that is upright and pleasing unto the Creator of Heaven and Earth, Yahuah.