Some Black Republicans to Watch
Several Blacks are trying to alter the face of the Republican party from Texas to Florida by retaining or winning US House seats. None of the four candidates who have gained much national attention are in majority Black districts. Only Jennifer–Ruth Green is running in a district that has a significant Black population.
Review – Blue Heaven: Wang Dang Doodle, Amen
The play centered around blues legends Big Mama Thornton, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Steve Ray Vaughn waiting to assist Riley (B.B.) King, at the pearly gates of heaven. The biographical sketches smelled good, but the performances they gave were delicious!
Underground Railroad – This Stop: Metro Shikaakwa
Much has been written and much has been said about the great abolitionists from the eastern seaboard. Since around 1999, under various names, The Little Calumet River Underground Railroad Project of Chicago (Shikaakwa) has been balancing the old east coast narrative.
Foodies may like the podcast: "Cory Booker: Food Isn't a Tidy Partisan Issue" on Food with Mark Bittman. Also online will be the Renaissance Cultural Conference & Honors program from Dakar. The Brookings Institution focuses on 2022 Elections: Results and Implications, and for children, the 2022 Children’s Africana Book Awards (CABA) Festival is Sat, Nov 5 (pictured).
Eva Brock’s articles for Port of Harlem continue to be a hit. She is finishing up her latest spiritual paranormal saga and will return with a new article. She’s number one on our website while our most popular story amongst subscribers was Downtown Largo, MD, Facing the Challenges. Click and see the image that was number one on our Facebook and Instagram pages.