Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. There are also recognitions of Black History Month in Canada, United Kingdom and The Netherlands. You cannot tell the story of a nation without Black stories being heard. I am glad to learn more and to be a part of this.
To my friends in the UK with Brexit uncertainty and a little fear I hope all the best for you. I hope your leaders will find their way to making things right, just and fair for every citizen there.
My goodness there are some unexpected results coming in from the UK General Elections, sounds like a huge surprise is unfolding. Labour is doing very well and will take seats from other parties. Jeremy Corbyn has reinvigorated the Labour party and this gamble by Prime Minister Theresa May has certainly backfired. Will she get the sack or will she resign, sounds like she has limited options politically. We shall see what happens on Friday when all this shakes out.
To my friends in the UK, GO VOTE! Your voice needs to be heard June 8th. Every vote matters. It will impact everyone in the future. You have a chance to make a difference. Be the change you want to see. Take a friend or two to the polls. You can make history.
In some parts of the world, the United Kingdom specifically it’s Mother’s Day. To all those mums who are keeping their families and communities going I salute you and appreciate what you do to make the life better for those in your lives. I hope you have had a great day and have been spoiled with as much love as you give.
Today is Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom, which is the equivalent of Veterans Day in the USA. To my friends in the UK I thank your veterans for their service and sacrifice too.
This duo has one of the great sounds of Brit-pop of the 1980’s. Something about their voices and the music that paints a mental picture of a place with real people.
Theresa May began her political career in the middle of Margaret Thatcher’s premiership and has long been touted as the woman most likely to become Britain’s second female prime minister.
Later today Theresa May becomes the new Prime Minister of Great Britain. She follows in the steps of Sir Winston Churchill and Baroness Margaret Thatcher. From what I have read she will be a tough leader and will have to negotiate terms of the Brexit leave of the European Union. She is going to have her work cut out for her as she succeeds outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron who served for six years. .
My British/UK friends, what say you about your new Prime Minister?