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Are you truly an American or are you telling everybody happy holidays rather than praying for our soldiers

Citizens for a Better America, inc——

Retired MSGT——

One of the things that most black people know is that the public school system does a horrible job teaching black history. They will gladly tell you all the wonderful things that white people did and maybe even go back to Europe, but the contributions of African Americans are kept entirely on the backburner.
A fact that you should probably know is that African Americans are the reason that Memorial Day even exists in the first place. According to Professor David Blight of Yale University, the event began on May 1, 1865. A group of former slaves in Charleston, SC gave a proper burial to 257 Union soldiers who’d been put into a mass grave.
The black community of Charleston then consecrated the new cemetary with “an unforgettable parade of 10,000 people.” The event was initially called “Decoration Day” and was led by 3,000 black school children who started off by singing the song “John Brown’s Body.” They were then followed by hundreds of black women with baskets of flowers and crosses. After that, black men marched behind them in cadence, followed by Union infantry.
The Union soldiers lived in horrible conditions, and 257 of them died from exposure and disease. This was the reason for the creation of the mass grave site. A total of 28 black men went to the site an re-buried the men properly, largely as a thank you for helping fight for their freedom.
They also built a fence around the cemetary, and on the outside, put the words, “Martyrs of the Race Course.”
Dr. Boyce Watkins, who created an online course based on a forum held with Minister Louis Farrakhan last month, says that this is simply the tip of the iceberg. He says that misinformation is one of the most storied weapons used to perpetuate the oppression of black people.
“Black people must, as part of our healing, go back and rewrite history to ensure that we learn the truth,” said Dr. Watkins. “You’ve been lied to for your entire life, so it is up to all of us to use the Internet as a critical resource in helping us to learn who we truly are. We are great people and America would not be the country that it is today without our sacrifice.”
Now you know the rest of the story. Go tell this one to everyone you know.

Sally Baptiste American Statesman

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/americanstatesman/2017/05/30/memorial-day-2017–what-did-they-fight-and-die-for

American Statesman Blog Talk Radio
Monday, May 29, 2017 – 9:00 PM – Special Time!

Call-In 347-857-4364 Press 1

Tamlin Allbritten

Please visit my websites​​​​:
ART with a Purpose for VETERANS
Art With a Purpose Books
Sudy’s Triumph
I Have A Dream (ShelleysMemoir.com)
ForgettingToFly.com

http://www.cfabamerica.com/what-is-the-purpose-of-the-veterans-administration

http://www.cfabamerica.com/quicker-va-processes-veterans-psychiatric-reform-rights

http://www.cfabamerica.com/evaluation-and-recommendation-of-the-veterans-administration-va-charles-frederick-tolbert-edd-retired-master-sergeant

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired Master Sergeant Vietnam veteran

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/americanstatesman/2017/05/30/memorial-day-2017–what-did-they-fight-and-die-for

American Statesman Blog Talk Radio
Monday, May 29, 2017 – 9:00 PM – Special Time!
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Memorial Day 2017 – What did they Fight and Die for?

Memorial Day 2017 – What did they Fight and Die for?
Memorial Day Special – What did they die for? Is this the America they sacrificed their lives for? Tribute to th…

Thank you,
Sally Baptiste

Sally I want to introduce Tamlin Allbritten

Hello, I would like to be the guest speaker about the veterans along with you and I. She has a lot to add on how to solve a tactile issue and emotional issues that veteran have.

Great! The greatest gift we can give on memorial day is not only to those who have passed but also to those who became disabled, either emotionally or physically, and who kept America free. If any questions, please call Tamlin or myself.

Dr Tolbert

Begin forwarded message:

From: Tamlin Allbritten
Date: May 28, 2017 at 2:52:18 PM EDT
To: “Dr. Tolbert” , cfabamerica@gmail.com
Cc: Vilet Weaver
Subject: Tamlin’s intro. & talking points

Dr.Tolbert,
I am thrilled you support my mission to empower veterans through the creative process, and I am looking forward to tomorrow night’s radio talk show.
Here is the “elevator intro” you may want to post before the broadcast:

Tamlin Allbritten, “Expressive Art Specialist” has written a Veteran’s art
curriculum, facilitated 6 weeks of classes, and has proven that ART is a powerful
tool in expressing yourself.
The pilot study in June of last year proved that Tamlin’s art curriculum improved
the veterans mindset, their level of self-awareness, and overall well-being…
by 50%.
It is Tamlin’s mission to get this ART with a Purpose curriculum out to as many
veterans, their families and care givers as possible. Anyone can facilitate these
classes because her workbook is in a lesson plan format.
If you want to learn more about Tamlin, and the other art curriculums she has
created, you can go to ARTwithaPurposeBooks.com.

Talking points: (for radio show)
1.) What is an Expressive Art Specialist? How is it different from Art Therapy?
2.) Have you worked with different populations or written other curriculums?
3.) What is your mission?
4.) Were the vets in the Wm.F.Green Veteran’s Home pilot-study open to doing art?
5.) How did you measure/calculate their progress?
6.) What are your hopes for this ART with a Purpose curriculum?
7.) Can anyone facilitate these art classes? How?
8.) Contact info? ARTwithaPurposeforVETERANS.com

​Looking forward to tomorrow night.
Respectfully and with great intent,
Tamlin Allbritten
(772) 224-4403​

Please visit my websites​​​​:
ART with a Purpose for VETERANS
Art With a Purpose Books
Sudy’s Triumph
I Have A Dream (ShelleysMemoir.com)
ForgettingToFly.com

http://www.cfabamerica.com/what-is-the-purpose-of-the-veterans-administration

http://www.cfabamerica.com/quicker-va-processes-veterans-psychiatric-reform-rights

http://www.cfabamerica.com/evaluation-and-recommendation-of-the-veterans-administration-va-charles-frederick-tolbert-edd-retired-master-sergeant

Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Retired Master Sergeant Vietnam veteran

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