York, The Forgotten Black Explorer
In view of his good services during the expedition, York asked Meriwether Clark for his freedom when they returned. He cited a desire to be reunited with his wife in Kentucky and to chart his own destiny. Clark kept him enslaved. When York grew insolent and sulked, Clark had him beaten. He finally freed him sometime after 1816.
Trump Tied Africa to Palestine/Israel Conflict – Disapproval Mounts
Senator Booker and a bipartisan group of 27 senators asked President Biden to undo Trump's agreement with Israel and Morocco. "The Sahrawi people deserve the right to freely choose their own destiny. We hope that we can count on you to be a partner in this effort," they wrote agreeing with the African Union and United Nations on Western Sahara's fate.
Port Of Harlem Featured in NewsMax – Part 2
Wayne Young has immersed himself in the beauty, challenges, and culture found in the small African nation of The Gambia. A man of action, he has several philanthropic projects there.
Rwandan Tea in America Via the Fair–Trade Economic Model
Sara Stender Delaney's company reflects her passion, skills, and determination to create quality products for the beverage industry in an equitable fashion. However, how does Sarillla's teas taste? She also appears on Port Of Harlem Talk Radio.
CR Gibbs is conducting a new history presentation via ZOOM. The Ida B. Wells special via Chicago's PBS station will be on multiple platforms. Beyond history, there is Dance Africa in DC, pie baking with Rose McGee on Zoom, and Keffiyeh/Made in China with Mosaic Theater.
It was interesting to watch on Facebook how quickly the Kardashians unified our Facebook readers. See what brought them together. Janis Hagey's "Tales from Historic Mount Nebo Series," (see lead story in this issue) and the image of PBS Washington Week's new host, Yamiche Alcindor, were overwhelmingly popular.