How I Found My Biological Family & Tips For Your Search

Around this time (well, in November) 2 years ago, I started the search for my birth family. It was a tough decision to make, I put it off for years, not feeling that it was the right time, and partially afraid of the unknown. I decided to go about this alone, I didn’t want the involvement of my parents, and with only knowing the name of the agency and the first name of my birth mother, I began a several month long search. Having been through this process myself, I decided to share my experiences and provide some tips that may help others on theirs.

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Black History 365—History of a the "Coon" Caricature

I love reading and learning about history. Learning my history was one of the ways that I as a TRA was able to connect with my culture without being directly in or surrounded by it. Over the years I have developed a love for just looking up random bits of history which is when I decided to launch my YouTube series "Black History 365". I cover different topics in black history, just because. Recently, I have been covering the history of black caricatures. This month, we talked about the "coon" caricature. I was very interested in this caricature because it is considered the most offensive of all of them. Why? Well you'll have to watch and find out. 

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Black women put up with so much bullshit. 

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