OUR BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY PROJECT IN The “WIRE GRASS” ALABAMA 2022

Joe Louis was a Black American Boxer who became famous in the history of prize fighting. Respectfully, Joe Louis was born in Alabama in 1914. He became the most talked about American man in sports. Louis was a young boxer when he held the title of Heavyweight World Champion between June 22, 1937 and March 1, 1949. Joe Louis held the Heavyweight World Championship in Boxing for 11 years and 7 months according to Florence Jackson, author of “The Black Man 1932- 1954. No other boxer has ever beaten the record of Joe Louis . But, there were , at least, 2 Black American Heavyweight champion boxers before 1954. Ezzard Charles was champion between 1949-1951. Jersey Joe Wolcolt was champ from 1951-1952.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/CGBSsLj5QYsQn3o78

Marian Anderson taking a curtain call at the Metropolitan Opera after her debut there as Utica in A Masked Ball on January 7 1955 .

 

Action Speaks Heritage Excellence Education Journal

presenting

A  Wire grass Community Worship Center

 Church Event

Pastor and Lady Richard Wilson

Black History Month Celebrations 2022

Respectfully. Black America History Celebrated as “Never Before” In Enterprise Alabama

 

 

To: Wire Grass News/Media Outlets

February 11 2022

 

Facilitator

Gloria Jean Hunt Keith

Participants: Youth of Wire grass Community Worship Center

Some of the youth participants Wire grass Community Church of God by Faith


Oh, I am on my desktop. Writing 2 three-page proposals for my Unique and elegant Black Heritage – History Month 2022 events for Friday 2:00 PM February 18, 2022, and Sunday, February 20, 2022, 11: AM. One  as performed by volunteer Tenants held in the Community Room of The Vaughn Towers Senior Citizen Building 342 South Saint Andrews Street Dothan Alabama 36301.

 The 2nd Event will convene in The Wire grass Community Ministry Enterprise, Alabama.

Beginning with a summary of my acclaimed creation of why and how Heritage and History are different as I explained to seven hundred /first-5th Caucasian school children in 1992 after my first News Feature in-person interview with Rosa Parks in her Van that she called her bus in 1992.

We will talk later if you do not mind reading over my proposal. Would love to have your truthful expert opinion.

Before 1969, I heard extraordinarily little of the word “Heritage”. Even less was the word, “Heritage” mentioned among the people of Black America Communities that I lived and traveled. It was always this emphasis on Black History, pros, and cons.

I decided to add two more pertinent words to my research and study on how much they matter in the ancestry of my own family members.

Begin with Webster’s dictionary. Then made my daily trips to the local libraries in the cities in my pathway of Evangelical Ministries. Most southern territories until time came for me to travel Northern America. New York State. Rochester and Buffalo New York. I traveled through Pennsylvania and Ohio. Then, I decided to grab my GED without studying for the test and passed it for college if I chose to go. While in New York City, New York, awaiting my husband-to—be to return from Viet Nam, I decided to apply for the finest Cosmetology School in America while working temporary office jobs. Then, I landed a bookkeeping, full-time position at Piser’s Furnisher Company in the East Bronx on 3rd Avenue. The company was owned by two Jewish Brothers, The Richard Brothers. Prestige. Yet, they service a lot of the South Bronx Spanish Tenants. Once my grandmother in Linesville, Alabama found out I was living in New York City, she sent me the names of all relatives in New York to me. And my Nanny also sent letters to all the New York City relatives to let them know where I was. Lived in East Bronx near White Plains. Thanks to an aunt who work “Penny”, a star of “As the World Turns” soap Opera, and the Richard Brothers, I escaped South Bronx until an uncle found out I was in New York city and thought I could live much better with him watching over me in the property that he controlled closer to my job on 3rd Avenue. So, I received more knowledge, wisdom and understanding of the customers I serviced at the Piser’s Furniture every day. Learn more in my books. What I want you to understand is that I engaged in a great deal of objective and subjective research and study to conclude that Heritage and History are different. Our lives as Black Americans should be more concerned with living out our Heritage. Yet, understanding that everyone of us, individually, no matter, what our parents did, good and bad., we choose to accept our histories or parts that will aid us to grow into our Heritage state. Simple, because your father was a criminal, you do not have to be. Nor, is being a criminal, your destiny. Our Heritage is in the foundation of Our Creator, God. As Jesus and other Spiritualists, since Jesus, Son of God, who became Human Being to show us how to live in this earth and died, with acceptance, that Jesus died for us to live. We have that opportunity before death in this earth. Why not learn how and make that one attempt, in righteousness?

Now we are about to experience the fashion show of all time with our amateur models of course dressing and portraying fourteen Black historical characters of Black America we expect to have seven men Black men to play the characters of Historical Black American men and seven -14 Black American women who will be characterized as 7 to 14 Black American historians.

Want to make this noticeably clear if you are a person of another color or a different race, Caucasian, African, Native American, Spanish, or any other individual human being and you are here in Dothan AL. You want to be a partaker in this Historian fashion show, unique and more different than any other Fashion  or Black History performance or Black American History Celebration, I have seen, yet. Not to say, there will not be likenesses after our Alabama performances, and, also, not to say, there are nonetheless similar in 2022.  I do not know about them. This Black Historical event is envisioned from  within me. This 2022 Black History Month Celebratory is a creation of my mind, my body, my soul, and my spirit,  from God, our Ultimate Creator bring joy and other expressions of love, living and laughter.

Respectfully, I am usually expected to facilitate a Black  America History project at lest one month in a year.  lol. I want you to know today that we will be having joy, fun, laughter as you watch these amateur models come through your aisles in these outfits and each one will identify by-a quote from the historians of whom they play or perform character. There may also  be a narrator.

How long will this program last? I actually cannot say. I don’t know.  I’ll tell you in all of my personal  performances or managed shows or concerts, presented private or in public, I pay strict  attention to the attention span of the audience by watching them and, at any point in time I don’t mind making a smooth decline of the program. The program will be at least an hour. We will be sharing refreshments with the audience and participants in Black American or Black America history event.

 This Black  American History program 2022 is presented by Gloria J Keith and associated with the Wire grass Community Church in Enterprise ALABAMA . Pastor and Lady Richard Wilson.

Respectfully submitted

Gloria J Hunt Keith

ACTION SPEAKS HERITAGE EXCELLENCE EDUCATION JOURNAL (since 1980-)

Fashions by Gloria’s Unique Vintage Boutique

Dothan, Alabama 36301

Contact

334 350 7584

email derenotgo90@gmail.com

A meeting of FSA borrowers at a church near Woodville, Georgia in 1941. ( Book. The Black Man 1932-1954 by Florence Jackson. Respectfully)

Paul Roberson with Essie, his wife and Paul Roberson, Jr. , his son.

Paul Roberson with his wife Essie and their son, Paul Roberson, Jr..Paul Roberson was a high praised Classical Music Performer in both the concert stage and the theater. Paul Roberson, Sr. respectfully and successfully performed in Europe as well as the United States in the early 1940s.

One response to “OUR BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY PROJECT IN The “WIRE GRASS” ALABAMA 2022”

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: