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Lemon Meringue Pie for my Uncle’s Birthday

Lemon Meringue Pie     Classic. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. My Uncle Charles has become quite the featured player on this blog. From his Everyday People interview Edward B, to his story of Papa registering to vote, The Power of Voting. Now, his dessert request for his recent birthday marks his third appearance on …

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10 Pandemic must haves – Now and always

Pandemic must haves   The most often used products over the last year that I now can’t live without   We are officially 12 months into a pandemic that has killed nearly 3 million people worldwide. Trying my best not to get political, the reality of southern California residents, which is the only perspective I …

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The necessity of Black History month

Why Black History Month is American History Month “I don’t want a Black History Month. Black History is American History.” Those words uttered by actor Morgan Freeman are as destructive as they are candid and ringing with truth. In 1926, when historian Carter G Woodson started ‘Negro History Week’, he said, “If a race has …

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