Juneteenth

Jun. 18, 2018 by

If you haven’t read my post on why I am an abolitionist, I would click here before you continue on. Are you back? Okay…let’s continue. The 19th century proved to

Labor Trafficking and Signs to Look For

May. 15, 2018 by

I am always looking for stories and information to gain more insight into the world of human trafficking. It’s often a dark place to be in, but there are people

What Kind of People Will Be in the Fight?

Apr. 30, 2018 by

Friday April, 27, I attended a Local Prayer Gathering put on by the IJM Austin Advocacy team. This team is headed by the Austin Team leader Jaime Peasantes. The local

How Eric Martin is Sparking an Abolitionist Revival

Apr. 30, 2018 by

Interview by DW McKinney Eric Martin first captivated my attention four years ago during a youth leader orientation. What I quickly noticed about Eric–besides his undying love for Australia–is that his

Sarah Parker Redmond

Apr. 14, 2018 by

On Saturday March, 24th there was a March For Our Lives rally in Washington D.C. and across the United States. This was in response to one of the deadliest school

Frederick Douglass

Apr. 13, 2018 by

In 2016, I had the honor and privilege of hearing and meeting the great-great- great grandson of Frederick Douglass at the Slave City Summit in Austin, Texas. His name is

Harriet Tubman (a.k.a Moses)

Apr. 13, 2018 by

For those who are familiar with Black History, you have a grasp on who Harriet Tubman is and what she did. Unfortunately, abolitionist, like Tubman, are hardly (if even) mentioned

I Am An Abolitionist

Apr. 11, 2018 by

Okay…I am not going to assume I know what you are thinking. But just in case…Yes, I am an abolitionist. In the month of February, Black History Month, I dedicated