I am a poet at heart, a humanitarian in spirit, and a writer/researcher by occupation.
My life’s passion is local history, particularly African-American history, and community computing. Black Ink Archives is how I express my interest in community computing. In my own way, in my own work, I hope I am making a small contribution to that end. I love my family. I appreciate my community. Although, I can’t travel to all the places in the world that I would like to see, I value the contributions that people in the world share on the Internet so that I can see those places – virtually.