Saturday, December 28, 2019
Monday, November 18, 2019
Hong Kong-as it was in 2017:
When visited by 5 African-American tourist, (comprised of 4 educators & their photographer) Enjoy it, it may never be seen as it was during their visit. Even though it was during Typhoon Hata, they still enjoyed their visit.
E-Books & Paperback:
( Picture book consist of 100+pages)
Enjoy & Share.
Thursday, November 7, 2019
REMINISCING the 1960's:
DURING THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION of the early 1960’s I became disillusioned with the social and political situation in America and decided to relocate to Africa, and in 1965 I left for Ghana with less than $300 in my pocket and a return ticket, which I later cashed in.
After being adopted by an Ashanti-Paramount Chief, Nana kwaku Duah (1966) and given the name “Kojo Acheampong.” I spent the next eleven (11) years living in Ghana, often traveling to Togo and the Ivory Coast to market my jewelry. I earned a living by learning and making jewelry using traditional designs which I carved from cow-horns and ivory and fully immersing myself in the culture.
On my return to the United States in 1976, I was able to contribute to the growing interest in African art and culture.
I have publishes several books.. It was a BORN AGAIN EXPERIENCE.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Saturday, October 5, 2019
MUST BLACK PEOPLE always be on the FORGIVING END? Like O massa, I'm sorry it cost'd you ($) for the two bullets it took to murder my brother... Or a Black judge forgiving & apologizing to a murderer, for having to sentence her to the minimum, for the cold bloody murder of a Black man. Make you wonder if she would've done the same, if the victim, had been her son or brother?🤔 **************