We create campaigns to benefit the people.
It began while Deborah was listening to an African American History professor respond to students who complained of being negatively portrayed in the media and hardly at all in history. The professor told them, “If we are to have a better world view of ourselves, then we have to research and write our own history, if it is to be accurate. We can’t leave it in the hands of others.”. Deborah recognized the call to legacy and created “the Hindsight Project” .
After years of research and a few noted college essays Deborah reconnected with Gary St.Clair, an old friend and colleague who is now a second generation Tuskegee Airmen, touring and teaching the legacy of the original Tuskegee Airmen of WWII. He feels it is his duty to “keep the legacy alive”. So Gary and Deborah joined forces in a right to legacy campaign to create important projects that raise awareness of our unique history, using the Hindsight Project (tHP) as the perfect platform.We create our projects and campaigns based on the values of historical knowledge. There are three projects now in force.
Write to Legacy Campaign
The Hindsight Project is creating education centers designed to empower the indigenous child of African decent at the highest level. Your petition is an extension of Carter G Woodsons legacy and career in taking responsibility to write our own curriculum and history books. To learn more about this campaign just click the link. You can also sign the petition by clicking on the picture below..
The Hindsight Projects (tHP) second launch is a documentary film called “The Construction of Racial Integration“. We believe it is time to assess our past relationship with America in order to understand our position as recipients of persistent inequality. There will be more information on this project soon. To watch our Promo video Click here.
The Sisters Of Alkebulan
The Sisters of Alkebulan is a coalition of womb bearing leaders who represent the “Emblem of America”. We unite in our aboriginal status as the “Mother Of Nations”. Our work is to appeal to the concerns of the Copper Colored Aboriginals of Americans, fostering a unified sisterhood to provide services and advocacy to our underrepresented and underserved communities. Find out more about The Sisters of Alkebulan Here. To become a member of SOA just following this Link.