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The following quote pretty much sums up Unchon-ni, "I wanted to be the man my father thought I could become. Events and incidents facilitated my growth beyond my wildest dreams. By just being in that environment, there were some things I learned by accident. Unlike in high school, I was paying attention. That's why the memories are etched in my mind. If I close my eyes and lean my head back in a chair, I can still see the streets of Unchon-ni and smell that pungent odor that permeated the air of the village. It's as if I am standing there today."
Hamp’s Corner of America
I like to take an in-debt view at the cultural habits of People of Color. Specifically, I’ll examine African-American’s reaction to the policies, politics, laws, and attitudes that affect our everyday lives within our country. With that in mind, my intention is to interpret and point out what led up to, how it was presented, or packaged for enactment, what it really means for black people, and to report their reaction. In my blog, articles, or books on these subject matters, I make sure to point out different perspectives or ways of looking at an issue that may not have been pointed out before. It is from this viewpoint that I write to generate discussion, a vigorous and lively debate, while reminding folk of where we come from and who we are in this great country of ours.
In short, I never want black Americans to concede to anyone in this world that the United States of America is not our country considering what it took for our ancestors to help build it. That’s the gist of my writings.
The blog hosted at www.Katara-Rhythm.com.
FaceBook presence at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hamps-Corner-of-America/207387462631457
Codis Hampton II
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Hamps Blog, http://wp.me/p2IEXZ-22
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