Holocost victims imagery. Although this image is graphic, please let this resonate with us in a way that words cannot. That is to say that to hate a group of people based on their beliefs, race, physical characteristics and differences is satanic. Let us learn from our mistakes and as a collective humanity be transformed!
Nannie Helen Burroughs was born in Orange, Virginia in 1883 to parents who had been born into slavery and freed. As a young woman, her widowed mother moved her to Washington, D.C., so her daughter could attended school. Nannie graduated with honors in 1896. That same year, she helped found the National Association of Colored Women, one of the most prominent organizations formed during the Black Women’s Movement. The group worked to promote the good works of black women.