Monday, May 10, 2010

Top 20 sites to learn African American History


I have great news for Morphological Confetti!  It was chosen by onlinedegree.net as one of the 20 best sites to learn about African American History.  I have so much passion for the history of Africans in America, so this is quite an honor. To God be the glory.  Peace~

Photo source:  bowdoin.edu
Pictured above:Romare Bearden, American, 1911-1988, Heavy Freight (from the 12 Trains Suite), 1974, photo etching with hand coloring, Art © Romare Bearden Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

6 comments:

Deb S. said...

Congrats! The honor is well-deserved, Stephen.

Stephen Bess said...

Thanks Deb!

Mickle in NZ said...

Recognition that is so very much well-deserved, dear Stephen. Aand you are teaching me with every post.

Hope you and your family are having a happy Springtime,

Michelle and Zebbycat, xx and slobbery purrs (Zeb is washing and purring all at once, bless him)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Wonderful news, Stephen.

You know what I've been saying all along about you and your showcasing of this history, don't you?

I like that collage / montage. [I don't remember the difference between the two...]

Stephen Bess said...

Thanks Michelle! Hello to Zebby Cat.

GG- Yes, you have been telling me to put together a history book for over a year. :)You're such a good sister. Thank you so much.

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