By Minister Phyllis Williams

Minister Phyllis Williams is a strong believer in celebrating Black History Month, and educating young African Americans about their culture. On February 5 Minister Phyllis Williams stood before the congregation, and gave a short list of things to do for the month of February. Please take the time to review the following list.

1. Support a black business

By clicking on the following image you will be redirected to the Official Black Wall Street directory

2. Visit the African American Research Library in Fort Lauderdale

The following image contains a link to the library's webpage, once on the page scroll down to the bottom where the information will be found

3. Read "A Letter to My Nephew" by James Baldwin

The following image contains a link to the reading material

4. See "I Am Not Your Negro", "Fences", and "Hidden Figures"

Below are the trailers to the movies referenced above

I Am Not Your Negro Trailer

Fences Trailer

Hidden Figures Trailer

5. Learn the words to "Lift Every Voice and Sing" the national negro anthem

The following video contains the song and lyrics

6. Make a donation of any amount to the NAACP

Click the logo below to go straight to the contribution page and make your donation

7. Contact the nations leadership, and let them know your concerns

The following image of Lady Liberty contains a link to where you have the opportunity to contact your leadership, and intelligently express your concerns with what's taking place in the country

8. Go to your children's school, and introduce yourself

Parent's, please take the time to go out to your children's school, and introduce yourself to the Principal, Assistant Principal, and the teachers. Ask them if there is anything you could do to help them do their job. We don't realize the impact this has on our children's education. It has been proven that a child whose parent is known by name at the school will receive more attention than the next child.

9. Have dinner as a family at least once this month

10. Register to vote if you're not a registered voter

If you are not currently a registered voter within the United States, please take the time to register. Click the image below to visit the website where you will be able to register online, and expedite the process

I hope this list will help enlighten you to the African American culture, and please don't stop there. There are so many beautiful cultures to learn from, and if you have any comments please feel free to comment at the bottom of the page.


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