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Voices From The Gaps - Women Writers of Color
Writing a Non-Boring Family History
Re: Writing a Non-Boring Family History
Another Look at Poet Margaret Walker
Poet: Yusef Komunyakaa
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Testing the water
Congrats! Dena Jordan; published :)
Re: Congrats! Dena Jordan; published :)
Calculating Dates
Circle Trees
Ollie Harrington: Writer, Social Commentator
Problem Posting? Password Not Accepted?
This is only a test
CROSSROADS~Call for Submissions
Family Tree
History Detectives
Re: History Detectives
Can You Raise the Bar on Black History Month?
Mr. E.B. Rea Sports and Entertainment Editor
Re: Mr. E.B. Rea Sports and Entertainment Editor
Re: Mr. E.B. Rea Sports and Entertainment Editor
Joseph Boulogne 1739-1799
Re: Joseph Boulogne 1739-1799
Re: Henry Norval Jeter - 1851-1938
Stanley Crouch answers
Horace King: Master Bridge Builder
Re: Horace King: Master Bridge Builder
Re: Horace King: Master Bridge Builder
Re: Horace King: Master Bridge Builder
AA History/Culture from University Presses
Horace King: Bridges to Freedom - The Book
John Mitchell Jr., "Fighting Editor"
Mostly Menfolk & a Woman or Two
Re: Can You Raise the Bar on Black History Month?
Re: Can You Raise the Bar on Black History Month?
New Elite Literary Agent
Re: New Elite Literary Agent
Re: New Elite Literary Agent
Research can be endless ... so I write now!
Re: Research can be endless ... so I write now!
Re: Research can be endless ... an excerpt
Re: Research can be endless ... an excerpt
Men and Women Who Wrote Our History
Re: Writers Forum
Re: A chapter of family history
Re: A chapter of family history
All For One and One For All
Jean Toomer American Poet
ISFHWE Writing Competition
Heritage Books - Call for Papers
Florida Memory--Adult Education
Florida Memory School Days
First Black woman political writer
Re: First Black woman political writer
Printing & Binding
A Poem
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Re: A Poem
Re: A Poem
Re: A Poem
Re: A Poem
new years
Sending postcards
Re: Sending postcards
A Reading & Writing Workshop
Re: A Reading & Writing Workshop
Voices From The Field
Making Your Own Tradition
Christmas Tradition
Re: Christmas Tradition
Writers Conference on CSpan.org
Gwendolyn Brooks Writers Conference
Writings from Sharon Lockett
Writing Researching Family History *LINK*
Board Integrity
Re: Board Integrity
Re: Board Integrity
Re: Board Integrity
Memoirs *LINK* *PIC*
Thanks, K Wyler Lane
Re: Thanks, K Wyler Lane
Re: Thanks, K Wyer Lane
Remembering Veteran Ancestors *LINK*
Getting the ball rolling
Re: Getting the ball rolling
Re: Getting the ball rolling
Advice from Mark TWAIN
Re: Advice from Mark TWAIN
BDPA Writers & Editors
East of the River articles
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Re: East of the River articles
Afrigeneas and Amazon.com - A Good Thing!
Re: WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman *PIC*
Re: WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman
Re: WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman
Mary Ellen Pleasant -Research
Re: Mary Ellen Pleasant -Research
Re: Mary Ellen Pleasant -Research
WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman
Re: WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman
Re: WTC Survivor Meets Black Fireman
A Space Where A Poem Ought Be
Re: A Space Where A Poem Ought Be
Re: A Space Where A Poem Ought Be *PIC*
Re: A Space Where A Poem Ought Be
Flying Home: Lionel Hampton
Re: Flying Home: Lionel Hampton
Re: Flying Home: Lionel Hampton
Re: Flying Home: Lionel Hampton
Writing About Global Issues
Re: Writing About Global Issues
"TV 411" story on African American Genealogy
Re: "TV 411" story on African American Genealogy
1st Known Ancestor Biography
Re: 1st Known Ancestor Biography
Re: 1st Known Ancestor Biography
Re: 1st Known Ancestor Biography....Betty
1st Known Ancestor Biography..Nannie & Family
Re: 1st Known Ancestor Biography
My Father's Family
Re: My Father's Family
Re: My Father's Family
Re: My Father's Family
The Legacy of Parmer-Woodtor
Re: The Legacy of Parmer-Woodtor
When?
Re: When?
Re: When?
Re: When?
Re: When?/Will I Know.
Southern Racisim and Water
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Re: The AfriGeneas© Poet
Re: The AfriGeneas© Poet
African Slaves in the New World.
Re: African Slaves in the New World.
Florida's Native Son: James Weldon Johnson
Re: Florida's Native Son: James Weldon Johnson
Re: Florida's Native Son: James Weldon Johnson
Florida's Native Son: James Weldon Johnson
Re: Florida's Native Son: James Weldon Johnson
The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Defining Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd - second draft
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd - second draft *LINK*
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd - second draft
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd - second draft
Black Nerd and the Ancestors - Third Draft
Re: Black Nerd and the Ancestors - Third Draft
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
Re: The Rise of the Black Nerd
BOOKS by Afrigeneas Contributors! - Part 1
Re: BOOKS by Afrigeneas Contributors! - Part 1
Re: BOOKS by Afrigeneas Contributors! - Part 1
Re: BOOKS by Afrigeneas Contributors! - Part 2
A Story from the Surname Message Board
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Congratulations
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One Root, Strong Branches and Green Leaves
Jefferson and Amanda Cary
Re: Jefferson and Amanda Cary
Re: Jefferson and Amanda Cary
Afrigeneas Book Club Forum feedback
Re: Afrigeneas Book Club Forum feedback
Re: Afrigeneas Book Club Forum feedback
Re: Afrigeneas Book Club Forum feedback
Spoon River Anthology - A Writing Tip!
A author's thoughts on research
Re: A author's thoughts on research
Re: A author's thoughts on research
Underground Rail Road
Re: Underground Rail Road
Re: Underground Rail Road
Re: Underground Rail Road
Re: Underground Rail Road
TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK
Chat Saturday 9:30pm EST
Need an Agent
Re: Need an Agent
Freedom to Speak
Books & Family Reunion Chat - 07-03-02
Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Re: Publishing THE BOOK
Publishing: Past, Present, and Future~ review
CHAT Saturday 9:30pm
Oral History~ Ancestry.com article
Re: Oral History~ Ancestry.com article
Re: Oral History~ Ancestry.com article
Re: Oral History~ Ancestry.com article
June Jordan, 65, Poet and Political Activist, Dies
"Poet of the People"
Reflections
Re: Reflections
Re: Reflections
Re: " Free at Last, Hallelujah I'm free"
A Beginner's Guide To HTML
Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part III)
Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part II)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part II)
Re: Mama Say She Had A Dream (Part II)
Telling Our Stories
Endearing Mama Terms
Re: Endearing Mama Terms
Quincy Troupe~ California Poet Laureate
STORY TIME
Re: STORY TIME
Re: STORY TIME
Chat Saturday 9:30pm
Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Re: Family Stories..Where does one really start?
Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Re: Passing down family stories
Bondswoman's Narrative; Chat 06-12-02
Nell Irvin Painter
Word Spy
Afrigeneas Book Club June Selection
How to cite sources
WRITING MY FAMILY HISTORY, 13 May 2002
'Claiming Kin' author LIVE 05-15-02
Re: 'Claiming Kin' author LIVE 05-15-02
Vanity books & Packagers
Writing Resources
Ayo's Journey ~ Santa Barbara Opening
Re: Ayo's Journey ~ Santa Barbara Opening
How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins...Embrey Connection
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins...Embrey Connection
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Re: How I Met My Miles Cousins
Summer Writer's Week Workshop
Simmons Family excert
Family History
Re: Family History
Re: Family History
Re: Family History
Re: Family History
Re: Family History
Re: Family History
Sunday Afternoon at Dad's
Re: Sunday Afternoon at Dad's
Re: Sunday Afternoon at Dad's
Re: A chapter of family history
Re: A chapter of family history
Re: A chapter of family history
Telling The Family Story
Re: Telling The Family Story
Extracting Alabama Records
Re: Extracting Alabama Records
Re: Extracting Alabama Records
Re: Extracting Alabama Records
Re: Extracting Alabama Records
Re: Extracting Alabama Records
a lynching in Roane County 1863
Re: a lynching in Roane County 1863
Re: a lynching in Roane County 1863
Re: a lynching in Roane County 1863
Genealogical Writing
Re: Genealogical Writing
Juxtaposition: Bunche & Powell
Re: Juxtaposition: Bunche & Powell
Re: Juxtaposition: Bunche & Powell
Re: Juxtaposition: Bunche & Powell
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Photographs~Basis for writing
Re: Photographs~Basis for writing
Re: B.Smith of Florida
Re: B.Smith of Florida
New Online Ancestor Collection Needs Submissions
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