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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Father’s Side From 1861-2014

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
Cultural Anthropologist
Family Specialist
Education Specialist
Spousal Abuse Specialist
Christian Church Specialist
Racism Specialist

Hi everyone,

Family life teaching is paramount in every era and every family.

As you know, most of us can do what we have been taught, advertently and inadvertently. My Great Grandmother Julie saw slave masters, father children by her fellow slaves and did not have contact with his family to see good family organization. As a result, there was no family life teacher for my great grandmother. When any institution, including large corporations, fails to teach good family life and entail rules that help families function, effectively, it is off track, for the family is the most important institution in our land and determines all other areas of our land, Beautiful America.

In spite of slavery’s impact on our black family, I ask you to learn how to create good family organization and life and raise the best children and share the sweetest marriages in the world. This is absolutely the best thing we can do for ourselves and, if you do not know how, seek help from people with genuine knowledge who will teach you the truth about all aspects of raising children, and it will not do any good to talk about white man made us this way. No, after all these years out of slavery, we are responsible for knowing and raising our children to be the best children in America.

We are responsible people. Therefore, let’s go for it in every black household.

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