There has been no more noble fight in all of history than the one guaranteeing equal rights for formerly enslaved people. So how did America forget the Black congressman and a Civil War veteran president to ensure that all those Union soldiers hadn’t died in vain — and more importantly, that the words on those Reconstruction Era amendments to the Constitution guaranteeing rights to the freedmen, weren’t just ink on the page, laughed at by marauding lynch mobs? In this episode
Ms. Gayronza Thorne has donated $500 through her company, Salesforce, and is bringing much-needed technological expertise to help support the George Henry White center! Salesforce Customer Success director, Gayronza Thorne, alerted the project director for the George Henry White Memorial Health and Education Center--Vince Spaulding--that she has arranged for $500 to be donated to the project.
Because her company, Salesforce, has a unique commitment to nonprofits, she is
As every new development has taken place at the George Henry White Memorial Health and Education Center, a power team from the community has been hard at work. Meet a few of them here. The warm welcome for the Bay Leaf Builders (who traveled 2 hours there and back seven times) included coffee and breakfast in the mornings and a full meal in the middle of the day, provided by the team of Ms. Janet Cary (who cooked but had to go to work so missed the picture!) Gracie George, S
We were over the moon when Bay Leaf Builders, the Christian ministry team built a sturdy handicap access ramp to allow all our community access to the George Henry White Memorial Center. But their kindness was greater than that feat--they have returned three more times to remove the rotting timbers, replace with strong new lumber, and rebuild the entire front porch! To that they added sturdy rails and two bench seats at either end, creating a suitably welcoming entryway to t