Ashlee Cherry

Love me or Leave me alone

  • 23rd July
    2013
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  • 12th May
    2013
  • 12
MONTANA DELEON: 101 ways I show my man love

montanadeleon:

imageTEXT HIM A LOVE MESSAGESend him a romantic text message on his cell. Make sure it’s sweet but spicy! DO ONE OF HIS CHORES FOR HIM Pick a chore that he dreads, such as mowing the lawn, and do it for him. Watch him as he sighs with relief. START A HOBBY TOGETHER Sharing a hobby together…

  • 8th May
    2013
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  • 10th March
    2013
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  • 26th February
    2013
  • 26
  • 25th February
    2013
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  • 25th February
    2013
  • 25
Day 24: African American Publication 
Black Enterprise 

Day 24: African American Publication 

Black Enterprise 

  • 25th February
    2013
  • 25
Day 23: Influential Black Organization 

Associated Black Charities 

Day 23: Influential Black Organization 

Associated Black Charities 

  • 25th February
    2013
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  • 22nd February
    2013
  • 22
Day 21: Little Known Black History Fact 

Virginia Key Beach was designed as a unique vacation spot strictly for blacks in 1945. Built in Dade County, Virginia Key Beach was the answer to Florida’s whites-only beach problem pre-civil rights. Prior to its establishment, NAACP activists staged a “wade-in” at nearby Baker’s Haulover Beach, which was whites-only. Although the organization had hoped for a spectacle and arrest, the city officials refused to acknowledge their request and decided to address the issue with segregation. That prompted the birth of “Virginia Key Beach, a Dade County Park for the exclusive use of Negroes,” in 1945.

Day 21: Little Known Black History Fact 

Virginia Key Beach was designed as a unique vacation spot strictly for blacks in 1945. Built in Dade County, Virginia Key Beach was the answer to Florida’s whites-only beach problem pre-civil rights. Prior to its establishment, NAACP activists staged a “wade-in” at nearby Baker’s Haulover Beach, which was whites-only. Although the organization had hoped for a spectacle and arrest, the city officials refused to acknowledge their request and decided to address the issue with segregation. That prompted the birth of “Virginia Key Beach, a Dade County Park for the exclusive use of Negroes,” in 1945.