2019 Black History Project

Greetings Everyone,

We are at the end of the 2019 Black History Project, and  I want to thank you for stopping by Darlene J. Harris Speaker, Writer, Author,  and the comments you left. I always appreciate your comments.

At most, I hope the information shared was enlightening to you. For me, the women gave me courage, and the drive to make sure the legacy I leave is honest, helpful, and provides strength to the generations to come.

I want to leave you with a quote by Charlotta Bass:

Win or lose, we win by raising the issues.¹



Inspired to give HOPE… A pathway to PEACE

Serving at the pleasure of God

Darlene J. Harris



¹Following her retirement, she devoted her life to politics. In 1952, she became the first African American woman to run for national office as the V.P. candidate for the Progressive Party. She had no dreams of winning, but she campaigned with the slogan: “Win or lose, we win by raising the issues.”