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The Middle Passage:

A Story of Survival

angelo richards November 24 - December 07 2016


Rising Beyond Poverty




I grew up in Portsmouth, Virginia in the projects called “Lincoln Park,” an area berated with crime, violence, drugs, and all of the things that come with it.

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jeffery brown February 18 – March 2, 2016


The Road to Money for College


By Cynthia Hammond Davis as told to Gregory Bearstop

The telephone rang.  It was seven o’clock on a Thursday morning. Hello, I said in a scratchy voice.  There was a long pause.  “Greg, my mom died last night.”

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jeffrey brown June 25 - July 8, 2015


Friends


By Gregory Bearstop and Jeffery Brown 


The telephone rang.  It was seven o’clock on a Thursday morning. Hello, I said in a scratchy voice.  There was a long pause.  “Greg, my mom died last night.”

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cameron whye November 13 - November 26, 2014


Shopping While Black


By Cameron Whye as it was told to Gregory Bearstop


I can’t tell you how many times honest Black folks go into the dressing rooms of retail stores and are asked to be checked before they enter. White folks have the privilege to feel they never have ask to be checked before they enter a dressing room.


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greg bearstop

May 15 - May 28, 2014

Surviving the Fear of Losing Your Job

By Gregory Bearstop

I dreaded going to work at the substance abuse treatment clinic, although I found the work to be very fulfilling. Every day I would cower at my desk as my boss berated me for not doing one thing after another the “right way.”

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