[DidYouKnow] Black History Month Daily Fact: Feb 6th, ft. Melvin Tolson via @useyourcache


Today February 6, Melvin Tolson, an American Modernist poet, educator, columnist, and politician would have been 117 years old! He helped nourish many lawyers, debaters, poets, graduates and more as he still inspire us all today. Mr. Melvin Tolson launched the infamous Wiley College Forensic Society in late 1935. Some may know him from his character played by Denzel Washington on The Great Debaters, ” Tolson’s final poetry book, Harlem Gallery, published in 1965, helped establish him as a widely recognized modernist poet.” Tolson,Melvin 

Here on “Cache Talks..” here’s one of my favorite quotes by Melvin Tolson

                                              “And bone
                                             Turn dust
                                               And stone,
                                               With life
                                               So brief,
                                               Why add
                                               To grief?” – Melvin Tolson., A Song for Myself.


This month marks a special place in all of America hearts as we acknowledge our African-American Ancestors for their bravery, drive and dedication to make this world a better place. We’ve reached greater heights, broken records, and stood fearless throughout trials and tribulations. This month does not define us as a group of people or minorities this month glorifies our strengths, each and everyday located on #cachetalks you will receive a new Historical Black Month Fact. Contact me for any suggestions @useyourcache


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