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Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Psychotherapist
Location United States
Introduction "Times shall never get better until You make them better." Coretta Scott-King after visiting a NAACP Conference in Topeka and Kansas City, KS. (1997). Mrs. Coretta Scott-King was a major influence to the young Minister M.L. Millere and his "fellow freedom fighters" as then known. Mrs. King is also credited for influencing the start of such organization-speaking with young Millere (often confused with Miller)and his constituents after a NAACP Conference in Bonner Springs,KS 1997.
Interests Literature, Philosophy, & Researching History, & Chess.
Favorite Movies True Based Novel Movies With Meaning, Psychological Thrillers, History.
Favorite Music Jazz, Gospel Jazz, and Tradional Gospel Music, Opera/Love ballets. However, I have an appreciation for all forms of music or music art expressions.
Favorite Books Dreams Of My father, Let The Trumpet Sound, Black Rage, Black Like Me, The Invisible Man, Her Majesty's Secret service, Josephus, Search For The Holy Grail, and of course The Old King James version of The Holy Bible.