Harriet Tubman is an American hero and global inspiration for people who have to struggle for justice, human dignity, and basic rights as world citizens. In an age of artificial and superfluous “fear factors,” Harriet Tubman overcame what most people, regardless of their place in time, never had to face. 2013 marks the Centennial Commemoration of Tubman’s passing. She lived and is buried in Auburn, NY, a place where aaduna calls home. Tubman’s legacy strengthens our conviction to motivate our readers to initiate neighborhood, community, and region-wide celebrations in her honor. Email your event information to email@example.com for posting to the official calendar.
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Creative Hue is a collective of professional artist of color representing an array of artistic disciplines ranging from fiber artist, painters, jewelers, installation artist, photographers and sculptors, to name a few. Embracing the philosophy of, “Sankofa” derived from the Akan people of Ghana, West Africa, loosely translates, “going back to recover what was once lost or stolen and moving forward.”http://creativehueartistcollective.blogspot.com
Rockford Kingsley is an organization devoted to encouraging and supporting individuals as they strive to attain their respective goals. Central to Rockford Kingsley’s mission is the belief that all individuals possess characteristics that, when optimally developed and applied, can yield outcomes that will significantly benefit their lives as well as enhance society. Visit aaduna publisher Bill Berry’s monthly interview at E-Viewpoints www.rockfordkingsley.org