Black people have come through so much. We are prime examples of the saying "only the strong survive," which, as a child, I thought was just a great dance song by Jerry Butler. We are at a stage in our lives where we have to demonstrate to ourselves and the rest of the world that we not only have learned the important life lessons, but are now also prepared to put them in action for the benefit and blessings of our selves and each other.

We are at source for all the good that we say we want, so why do we continue to either blame others, or wait for others permission to realize the good we say we want? We have learned to make something out of nothing; to provide for each other though others would deprive us. To foster our creativity under the most dire circumstances. Yet we continue to resonate to those who would put us down as not being worthy of the best.

My mission is mani-fold to educate and inform, to inspire and motivate, and to activate and report. Who we get our news from is as important as what they say about us. How we're depicted is as important as whether there is any mention of us at all; and the spirit in which we do what we do, is as important as whether or not we do anything about our circumstances.

As a result, I fully take the liberty of being a participatory journalist, and, as such, reserve the right to care about and be integrally involved with my people. I reserve the right to tell the truth when the main stream media lies and distorts who we are, to show the full measure of who we are, what we mean, what we've accomplished and where we're going.

As an Eclectic Black Journalist the Eclectic Black People VIP (Views Interests & Perspectives) Blog focuses on our multi-faceted, multi-dimensional, multi-talented from the good and the not-so-good, but never from the indifferent.

Stay Blessed And Empowered

Eclectically Black...

Gloria Dulan-Wilson



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