Best Buy Headphone and Earbud Deals

Creation,

My 21 year old cannot get enough headphones and earbuds. He not only loves them but he loses them too/Breaks them/lets friends hold them at his work…you get the point. Anyway, I am going to post some with really good deals here and on my website so check them out and get yours today. Oh and I am only posting ones he approves, are affordable, and knows that work, which is awesome because then you can avoid the ones that break easy,do not work well and are just way too expensive.

Skullcandy – Smokin’ Buds 2 Wireless In-ear Headphones – White

Skullcandy – Ink’d Stereo Ear Bud Headphones – Black/chrome

Bose Corporation SIE2i

Bose Corporation OE2

Bose® – Quietcomfort® 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling™ Headphones (ios) – Triple Black

 

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Easy…One Stop Shop…FATHERS’ DAY Gifts!

Creation,
Every year, we support people we do not know for Fathers’Day, those who more than likely will never know us or even appreciate the money….but YOU…get the chance to change that.
GET YOUR FATHERS’ DAY APPAREL FROM A BLACK OWNED WOMEN’S BUSINESS-wandasncredible!!!!!
wandasncredible has Fathers’ day shirts that can be worn year round! Also water bottles, hoodies, sweatshirts, tanks, mugs, phone cases and much more!
Below are some examples:
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What Do You Contribute to Black History?

Creation,

As a Black woman and a mother of 2 Kings and 2 Queens, It is important for me to contribute daily to Black History. It is my task to teach my children their history and to raise them to be law abiding, hard working citizens that positively contribute to Black History through their own lives.

I personally, am very thankful that I get to contribute to Black History, by being the only *Author in my immediate family and to be one of the few in my whole family (*published & copy-written works). I am also proud to have a college education and a to be able to design clothing, create art, and just be a writer in general. I am also grateful to have my own business, a drivers license and my own home, which are some major things acquired in my life that make history in my immediate family.

So with all of this being said, What do you contribute to Black History? This question is not just limited to Black people because many families nowadays are interracial and those in the teaching profession should make sure to incorporate Black History in their teaching of all History.

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As Black History Month comes to a close, Do what you can to positively create it! Do what you can to share it! and  Do what you must to know it!

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Sundays Song, Short Bio & Links-James Weldon Johnson

Creation,

I was taught this song in grade school, School # 28, in Paterson, New Jersey. I never forgot it because somehow I knew the importance of it, for myself, and for my history. I took a nap, which should have been actual sleep, but wasnt, and woke up to thing song being on my heart.

The song itself has three parts, however, I was only taught one so that is the one I will list. I will also list excerpts in a short bio format of who wrote it and the reference links to find it all, because in no way do I want to take credit for the song or the bio in its entirety.

“Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing”

“Lift every voice and sing till earth and heaven ring,
ring with the harmonies of liberty;
let our rejoicing rise high as the listening skies,
let it resound loud as the rolling sea.
Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us,
sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us;
facing the rising sun of our new day begun,
let us march on till victory is won.”

James Weldon Johnson

“Born in Jacksonville, Florida, in 1871, James Weldon Johnson’s life was defined by a number of firsts. Educated at Atlanta University, he was the first African American to pass the bar in Florida during his tenure as principal of Stanton Elementary School, his alma mater.”

Johnson distinguished himself in civil rights, diplomacy, education, journalism, law, literature, and music. His many impressive achievements notwithstanding, his place in African American history and culture would be secure if he had composed only in 1900 with J. Rosamond Johnson “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing,” a hymn officially adopted by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and widely sung by African Americans as the Negro National Anthem.”

To read all information pertaining to this post please go to the links below:

https://www.hymnary.org/text/lift_every_voice_and_sing

https://www.hymnary.org/person/Johnson_JW

http://www.hymntime.com/tch/

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Happy Black History Month!

Creation,

Although I adore my Black heritage & being a Big Beautiful Black Woman all year long, I also celebrate this month with great pride. Black people have made unfathomable sacrifices and contributions to the society to which we live ( within the U.S.) and abroad. I am Black and very proud of it!

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