ya'll ready to do Black and Blue Again? Need your persons to deliver the
African Descent Union Navy Freedom Fighters' history, plus a few soldiers.
Concentrating on the sailors and nurses this year. Their history has been
unknown much more than the U. S. Colored Troops. Always said let's look at the
enslaved and non-enslaved African descent folks on the ships in the Mississippi
Valley. We got 'em this year.
the October 14, 2017 date is not good for your persons to perform, please,
please let my person know ASAP.
OF THE FORKS OF THE ROADS SOCIETY INC’S
Annual Black and Blue Civil War History Program
HISTORY LEGACIES OF LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY’S CIVIL WAR UNITED
STATES NAVY SAILORS = PLUS SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS HEROES
African Americans’ Civil War—Civil Rights History & Heritage
to Show and Tell at Confederate Monuments
10 A. M. HISTORIC JEFFERSON COLLEGE CAMPUS WASHINGTON MS. October
help highlight Union sailors’
and nurses’ history we have engaged renowned San Jose California based Anthony
L. Powell, a Public
museum curator, with
over thirty years of studying, teaching, collecting and writing about African
Americans in Military History www.portraitsinblack.com
Teach-in session on African descent Union Navy Freedom Fighters by Master
Teacher Anthony Powell!
volunteer living history role actors on stage in period clothing will tell
stories about African descent sailors, nurses, soldiers, cavalrymen and
civilians who were
engaged in the Civil War in the Mississippi Valley Region.
White as Natchez Union Navy Medal of Honor Hero Wilson Brown Battle of Mobile
Bay, Barney Schoby Jr as James Archer 3rd U. S. Colored Cavalry
heroic Battle of Yazoo City, Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley as “Old man” who
showed General Grant where to cross his troops across the Mississippi Ribber
from the Louisiana side to attack Confederates at Vicksburg from the landside.
Bertha Lewis as Ann Stokes who jumped into the Yazoo River on January 1, 1863
(Emancipation Proclamation Day) got aboard a Union gunboat to become the first official
Union Navy female nurse, Yvonne Lewis as Rose Gibson Russell Union Navy Nurse
landside Vicksburg. Plus other Navy battles at: Galveston Texas before
Juneteenth, in Vicksburg
Campaign at Fort Hindman Ark., Grand Gulf,
Steele Bayou Ms. and 6th U. S. Heavy Artillery did most fighting in La.
rally! Come see and learn how enslaved and non-enslaved African descent people
helped to defeat the Confederates whose statues are being removed from public
places. Please use the same amount of energy and time showing and educating about
how chattel slavery was destroyed by African descent freedom fighters vs.
removing confederate symbols
Rain or shine! Bring chairs! Bring
Children! Bring your
Contacts: Ser Boxley 601-442-4719 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Darrell White Natchez Heritage Tourism 601-445-0728 Email: email@example.com
Thanks to: Adams County Board of
Supervisors, Natchez Mayor Darryl V. Grennell, Mississippi Department of
Archives and History, Historic Jefferson College, Natchez National Historic
Award Winning Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley
'You know that you are in trouble when you allow
the same people who have historically oppressed you tell you your history and
define your reality"... Dr. Runoko Rashidi
P. O. Box 2188
Natchez, Ms. 39121
FB Ser Seshs Ab Heter-Boxley,
FB Forks of Roads America's Domestic "Slave"Market Natchez
Leader of Equal Human
Commemorations Campaign to
"Desegregate" History/Culture in Mississippi-Central Louisiana
Pertaining to Chattel Slavery, Black Civil War Freedom Fighters,
19th and 20th Centuries Civil Rights and Diversity.
Former Public Service Administrator
Veteran of San Francisco
Civil & Human Rights Movements
Former Ph.d Candidate Antioch Ohio
University Without Walls San Francisco
Holds California Community College Public
Masters Urban and Regional Planning &
B. A. Sociology California State University San Jose,
AA Business College of San Mateo Ca.,
Former Community College Instructor,
Former Multli-Culture Community Development CEO Redwood City Ca.,
Author & Publisher! Enabled Capacity Of Natchez Ms. Deacons For Defense & Justice
To Defend The Natchez People Who Waged "One Of The Most Successful
Economic Boycotts In Civil Rights History." Same Tri-part Methods were
Applied Throughout Mississippi to win modern Civil Rights!
TENTH Annual Black and Blue Civil War History Program