Ah, talks of racial matters does get folk going. With Latin servants abounding nowadays, I wonder if you live in the US and you are rich, that you not really have any contact with black people? Or perhaps very poor and live in an isolated part of the country in the hills and have no contact?
We certainly can in Australia, but it is about numbers.
Not quite sure why I saved this clip from the august journal, The Lancaster Eagle-Gazette. Just interested me at the time.
Another unpublished post finally posted.
Black history is a history that is sewn into the fabric of America.
Consider Dr. Benjamin Carson Sr. who, during a 22-hour operation, performed the first successful surgery to separate conjoined twins. Or Walter S. McAfee, a mathematician and physicist, who first calculated the speed of the moon. And there are many others: