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Art Read: Black Art History   in Dallas, Texas

Art Read: Black Art History in Dallas, Texas

Read Article In Dallas you pass by black art every day and you might not even know it Bibliography: King, J. (2018). In Dallas You Pass by Black Art Every Day and You Might Not Even Know It | Commentary | Dallas News. [online] Dallasnews.com. Available at: https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/commentary/2018/10/07/dallas-pass-black-art-every-day-might-not-even-know  Advertisements

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I am a social change agent and always thinking about how to best serve the global community. I believe that we all have a purpose on this earth and if nothing else it is to treat others as we want to be treated. I have no fear - none at all. And, neither should you!

Read my latest scholarly work entitled: 'The Electric Life of Prince Rogers Nelson' in the Journal of African American Studies. The latest published edition (September 2017) of the journal is dedicated to the life of the artist formerly known as - a great artist, musician, and humanitarian. *Click on image to access article.

I am running for ALA Councilor At-Large in 2019. The American Library Association Elections will take place during the spring - VOTE! kYmberly Keeton as your representative. Check out my professional narrative, by clicking on this image. I aim to advocate for the voiceless in our profession.

The Art of African American Vintage Genealogy is now published and available for all genealogy gurus! Learn how to search for your family history in four phases. About the eBook. The eBook is designated in four phases including: Intro to Databases, Military Records, The Freedmen's Bureau, and Maps, Books, Newspapers, and Rare Documents. Click on eBook and invest in your future.

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...motivation to begin writing my 1st scholarly book about five African American WOMEN librarians/cultural revolutionaries from Texas! I am in awe of this journey and nervous as hell!!! #bossy😉💯 #borntowriteforlife #iwriteaboutblackfolk #ubettathink2018 #allmyfriendsreadbooks #21stcenturyabolitionist
...a sigh of relief! I just completed/turned in my 3rd biographical sketch this year to be published about the life of Marion Vera Cuthbert (1896-1989) in the Encyclopedia of the Harlem Reniassance. I had the pleasure of also writing about Dr. Fannie Hagen Emanuel (1871-1934) and Josephine Beall Willson Bruce (1853-1923). I learned so much about their lives as writers, scholars, and activists! Honored tonight, indeed!!! #ubettathink2018 #allmyfriendsreadbooks #21stcenturyabolitionist #iwriteaboutblackpeopleandblacklife
...i will be giving out FREE copies of The Negro National Anthem: "Lift Every Voice and Sing" on MLK Day and at the MLK DAY PARADE in Austin, Texas at our vendor's booth... and during the entire month of February at the Austin History Center! For now memorize the words!#ubettathink2018 #allmyfriendsreadbooks #21stcenturyabolitionist #blackhistorymatters📚
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