November 18, 2020 By: Daphne Knox McClain

In their memories, we cannot give up! It saddens me to have to write that as of today, in the world’s history, over a quarter of a million people have died in the United States from COVID-19! I’m angry. I’m frustrated. I’m in despair. I’m disillusioned. I’m sad...I’m tired. Yes. I feel all of these [...]

“What will be the Legacy of “COVID-19?” By: Daphne Knox McClain

The day that I sat down to write this was the next morning after President Donald A. Trump had been hospitalized for testing positive for COVID-19 and it was also the day that the total number of positive cases in the United States had risen to 7, 334, 054 and the number of deaths in [...]

“The Color of Hunger” By: Daphne Knox McClain

Gif Yellow-dying in a field...fading, fading-fast the nourishing stalks are weeping and vanishing across Ethiopia. Greenery is plentiful on MY plate, yet today, a mother places before her child an empty plate holding only drying, stale, brown bread. The beautiful Honduran, red, hues of blue and tides of orange, all woven together in an [...]

Happy Independence Day!

“The reality of 21st Century Freedom” By; Daphne Knox McClain We must never give up our RIGHT to Freedom! My father was a WWII Veteran, a police officer in Philadelphia and died being an educator of youth. He always instilled within me the importance to vote, to help others get to the poles and vote [...]

“A Rose and Cup of Tea” By: Daphne Knox McClain

Life can be as beautiful yet as delicate as a rose and some of the most memorable moments in life may be shared over a simple cup of tea. SUBSCRIBE, LIKE and SHARE! My mother loved roses...I truly understood why when after losing her, I placed a beautiful rose on her casket for the last [...]