Inspired by the storytellers of Ancient Africa and motivated by the efforts of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. We learn that our history is passed down to us from generation to generation thru the real life stories our elders tell us.
Dr. Carter G. Woodson said " If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile traditions, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world and it stands in danger of being exterminated."
"Teaching Black History In The 21st Century".Give our Elders the honor due them. It is our reasonable service to reiterate to our children the contributions they made and are still making to these United States of America. "Because of Them We have a proud history and culture." To God Be The Glory For The Good Things He Has Done.
In this 21st Century - Grandmothers Who Help, searches for resources to enlighten and educate our Grandparents, Parents and Children. The Technology Pipeline gets more difficult to manuver as technology soars, especially for African American Children. Grandmothers Who Help is asking for your donations to help us "Teach Black History In The 21st Century. Teach children "Whose Shoulders Technology Stands Upon. Our fore fathers research and determination is critical to today's technology. Please keep this "#GivingSeason Going.
Our philosophy is that the very moment a child is exposed to their own history and heritage a world of possibilities presents it self. School becomes an avenue to understand and strive towards understanding the educational excellence we brought to the building of these United States of America and around the world.