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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 29, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, White Man on Sex Wefare, White Man on Economic Welfare, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

After slavery, Great Grandmother Julie was still unmarried and, another woman, during early freedom, whose family I know, had a relative and, without knowing it, her husband was, also, her son

Posted July 29, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Family Education Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Racism (more…)

My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 28, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

My great grandmother Julie provided more evidence that her slave master did not teach her how to live free with good family organization and family life

Posted July 28, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Racism Specialist

Hi everyone,

Great Grandmother Julie exhibited lack (more…)

My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 27, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, White Man on Sex Wefare, White Man on Economic Welfare, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

My Great Grandmother Julie is evidence that white slave masters did not teach their slaves good family life

Posted July 27, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Racism Specialist

Hi everyone,

Listen to type of family life my great grandmother Julie learned in slavery.

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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 26, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

Slave masters did not provide Great Grandmother Julie family lessons. Judging by the shades of Black America, they learned the reverse, from them, and perpetuated the worse they learned, instead of copying the relatively few loving married slave unions unbroken on the slave auction block

Posted July 26, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 25, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

After the Emancipation Proclamation, white man continued to be build America on Great Grandmother Julieís, Granddaddy Adam Shaw, Sr., and Daddy, Adam Shaw, Jr. and his familyís backs, and others, like us, and, without doubt, white man should give us half credit for America and half the good opportunities of every sort.

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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 22, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Racial Equality, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

My great grandmother Julie was happy to be freed two years, before the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation that changed the status of Negroes, but in 253 years, we are still in bondage to white man and, therefore, we need a newly written Emancipation Proclamation and a new white culture in speech, actions, and kindness that states and (more…)

My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 21, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

Great Grandmother Julieís Conecuh County went nationwide

Posted July 21, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Racism Specialist

Hi everyone,

Conecuh County became known nationwide.

In 1961, over a century after Great Grandmother Julie was freed from slavery, President John F. Kennedy appointed Dr. (more…)

My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 20, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

Great Mother Julieís home county was in Alabama

Posted July 20, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Racism Specialist

Hi everyone,

As you know, Conecuh County was where my great grandmother Julie was freed.

It was established by European Americans on February 13, 1818 and (more…)

My Alabama Shaw Family on My Fatherís Side From 1861-2014

July 19, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

Today, I begin the series about my Alabama Shaw family from 1861-2014. In the first conversations, I talk about my Great Grandmother Mother Julie who was born in slavery and freed in slavery in 1861, two years before the Emancipation Proclamation.

Posted July 19, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian (more…)

My Family from 1861 to 2014

July 18, 2016

Tags: Family, Black Family, Work Ethic, Family Values, Education, Slavery, Manhood Ritual, Recreation Cotton, Corn, and Peanut Field Work, Disciplining

Posted July 18, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
Author and Speaker
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Racism Specialist
Former American Government teacher

Hi everyone,

Starting, today, July 19, 2016, I will blog five days a week, except holidays, about my family, from 1861 to 2014, and my first conversations will be about my great grandmother (more…)

Selected Works

Articles
In the Phylon journal, my article "The Black Beauty Parlor Complex in a Southern City" examines the role of the beauty parlor in the adaptation of black women, by social class, in Newport News, Virginia. In the Virginia Social Science Journal, young adult men are adamant about becoming unwed fathers.