Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo”

I finished listening to Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo” by Zora Neale Hurston, narrated by Robin Miles on my Audible app.

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Finally! (Embracing Myself) a Memoir

Sister Jennah

PROLOGUE

Once Upon a Current Lifetime,

I lived, dwelled and wandered (mostly strolled) in a somewhat catastrophically manner. Realizing I was, after all only running away from Me, Myself and I.

This was before I FINALLY (Embraced Myself) and accepted and/or remembered; WHOM I TRULY WAS, WHO I TRULY AM and WHOM I TRULY CAN and WILL BECOME.

On THIS Current Journey, In THIS Current Lifetime and having reached THIS Stage of Maturity (54 years of age), the former feelings of Non-Acceptance from Others, Full Confusion, Self-doubt, Self-loathing, lowered Self-Esteem, People Pleasing, allowing Others to Guide and Direct how I Live, My Lifestyle, Religious or Non-Religious Choices, Loving Everyone Else (Without Loving Myself FIRST), No Longer Pertains to Me.

Within this confusing, yet beautiful lifetime (I believe) that I have now chosen this moment to be my final cycle in the stages of human soul & spirit reincarnation.

On this…

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Author Karimah G’s Endorsements for the Florida 2018 Midterm Elections

Hello,

Below are my endorsements for the Florida 2018 Midterm Elections. In addition to my endorsements will be links where you can be informed on all of the candidates and make the decision that is best for you. As a reminder, we are in a Representative Democracy and when we vote for someone, it is important that the person you vote for fit your values.

Therefore, these endorsements are of people, referendums, laws, and charters that represent my values. If you are in Florida and received your sample ballot, fill the form out prior to voting so that it is easier for you to remember who you decided to vote for.

In Broward County, early voting begins on October 22, 2018 and ends November 4, 2018. All Early Voting Sites are open from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM Daily. For a listing of the Early voting sites, please visit Early Voting Schedule General Election.

Prior to reviewing the list below, either retrieve your sample ballot sent to your house; or download a sample ballot by clicking here.

  • US Senator – Bill Nelson
  • Representative in Congress – District 20 – Alcee L. Hastings
  • Representative in Congress – District 22 – Ted Deutch
  • Representative in Congress – District 23 – Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  • Governor and Lieutenant Governor – Andrew Gillum/Chris King
  • Attorney General – Sean Shaw
  • Chief Financial Officer – Jeremy Ring
  • Commissioner of Agriculture – Nicole “Nikki” Fried
  • State Senator – District 34 – Gary M. Farmer, Jr.
  • State Representative – District 93 – Emma Collum
  • State Representative – District 98 – Michael Gottlieb
  • State Representative – District 103 – Cindy Polo
  • State Representative – District 105 – Javier Estevez
  • County Commissioner – District 2 – Mark D. Bogen
  • County Commissioner – District 4 – Lamar Fisher
  • Shall Justice Alan Lawson of the Supreme Court be retained in office? Yes
  • Shall Judge Burton C. Conner of the Fourth District Court of Appeal be retained in office? Yes
  • Shall Judge Jeffery T. Kuntz of the Fourth District Court of Appeals be retained in office? No
  • Shall Judge Carole Y. Taylor of the Fourth District Court of Appeals be retained in office? No
  • Circuit Judge, 17th Judicial Circuit, Group 38 – Stefanie Camille Moon
  • Circuit Judge, 17th Judicial Circuit, Group 46 – H. James Curry
  • County Court Judge, Group 9 – Tanner Channing Demmery
  • County Court Judge,, Group 19 – Jackie Powell
  • School Board Member – District 1 – Jim Silvernale
  • Broward Soil and Water Conservation – District Seat 2 – Richard Leys
  • No. 1 Constitutional Amendment – Yes
  • No. 2 Constitutional Amendment – No
  • No. 3 Constitutional Amendment – Yes
  • No. 4 Constitutional Amendment – Yes
  • No. 5 Constitutional Amendment – Yes
  • No. 6 Constitutional Revision – No
  • No. 7 Constitutional Revision – Yes
  • No. 9 Constitutional Revision – Yes
  • No. 10 Constitutional Revision – No
  • No. 11 Constitutional Revision – Yes
  • No. 12 Constitutional Revision – Yes
  • Funding For Countywide Transportation – Yes
  • Standards for Establishing County Commission Districts – Yes
  • Redistricting Procedures for County Commission Districts – Yes
  • Broward County Affordable Housing Trust Fund – Yes
  • Broward County Office of Inspector General’s Discretion – No
  • Broward County Planning Council Revisions to Zoning Glossary – Yes
  • Central Examining Boards Appointment of Alternate Members – Yes
  • Board of Rules and Appeals Quorum – No
  • Posting of Notices, Agenda, and Backup Materials No Later than 48 hours – Yes
  • Composition of Independent Board that Nominates the County Auditor – Yes
  • Composition of the Broward County Inspector General Selection – No
  • Housekeeping Amendment to Delete Ineffective or Unnecessary Language – Yes

United States Senator – Bill Nelson (DEM)

You can learn more about Bill Nelson by visiting his website at https://www.billnelson.senate.gov/

Representative in Congress – District 20 – Alcee L. Hastings (DEM)

You can learn more about Alcee L. Hastings by visiting his website at https://alceehastings.house.gov/.

Representative in Congress – District 22 – Ted Deutch (DEM)

You can learn more about Ted Deutch by visiting his website at https://teddeutch.house.gov/.

Governor and Lieutenant Governor – Andrew Gillum and Chris King

You can learn more about Andrew Gillum and Chris King by visiting their website at Andrew Gillum and Chris King.