A Ride On The Red River As Black History Continues To Thrive In Louisiana

It's a hard knock life in the streets of Shreveport, but the life giving waters of the ocean continues to keep it alive.
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SHREVEPORT, La. - Feb. 19, 2022 - PRLog -- By: Mooka Da'knowledge Public Relations For So Seductive Kiss Fans

"My parents are from a whole different culture. My parents are from small-town Louisiana. It's like, if it walk like a duck, talk like a duck, then it's a duck. And if you ain't quacking, you ain't no duck." ~ Bun B

On April 30, 1812, Louisiana became a state by the signiture of President James Madison. After forced servitude was abolished by the Constitution of 1864; Louisiana became the first state to enact president Lincoln's proclamation. Many African Americans that were freed from servitude in the upper south migrated to Louisiana. A great African American man named Joseph S. Williams born on January 13, 1950, as a business owner in funeral services in Shreveport, became one of the wealthiest blacks in Louisiana. Another successful progression in the African American community was by a woman named McLeod Bethune. She founded the National Council of Negro Women, and worked in Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration. But many African Americans don't feel free in the 21st century. Janell Ross of NBC News reported that African Americans feel that they are not fully free. The toll of everyday racism on African Americans. African Americans have grown tired of being forced to make the case for their citizenship, their humanity, their very survival — again, and again, and again. As of 2022, The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to advancing health equity, and improving health outcomes of Black communities say's U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.

"Until the Ancient of days came, and judgment was given to the saints of the most High; and the time came that the saints possessed the kingdom." - Daniel 7:22.

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