Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Ebook Series Announcement

Greetings all *_^

This is a quick note to announce the discontinuance of the ebook series due to lack of content. It was hoped this could be provided to readers monthly, but there haven't been enough submissions, and it makes more sense to provide quality content over quantity.

The blog posts may also be less frequent during certain periods, but the commitment to posting in solidarity on the 27th of month for the 'Am I Not Human' campaign will continue. Your voice is very important. Please join us to remember our human siblings who are barely acknowledged by mainstream media on the 27th of every month.

If you have updates, tips, and are interested in joining our group of coordinators, feel free to drop a message here:
rootsofhumanity@gmail.com or post them here in the comments.

Continue to shine


Villager said...

PZ -- I'm sorry that I wasn't able to keep up my end of the bargain. However, I am very glad that we did what we did. I will continue to participate in the 'Am I Not Human?' event on the 27th of each month ... and I will continue to cross-post to this blog as well.

Mostly, I am grateful for having had the opportunity to work with you on this project. You are truly a unique and wonderful person.

Keep doin' what you're doin'!

peace, Villager

PurpleZoe said...

Peace Villager
Everything you've extended has been appreciated. We're all doing the best we can to raise awareness and make a difference.
The ebook was lacking submissions from outside parties as well as inside parties.
It was just time to conclude it for now.

Maybe we can put together a large one in the future, or even focus on putting one into print that we could put some hours into putting together. Something that can truly make an impact. For this we could reach out to those in contact with Darfuri peoples, Tibetan peoples, Haitian peoples and etc. If it's meant to be the spark will light the inspiration, and we'll find ourselves working toward it in the 'flowstate'.
Just something to think about doing when we can all focus time toward it.

I have so much respect for you, and appreciate all the time you take to manage the Afrospear, post such important information at Electronic Village and here, as well as the Black blog rankings you compile. On top of all of this, you're stand-up guy with great presence (I saw the webisode of your presentation for Blogging While Brown- You're a fantastic speaker).

Thankyou for shining your light, and for the love.