What is the “Black Salvage”? That is a difficult question to answer and then likewise it can be simple. But to break things down, the Black Salvage is literally, a means to reach out to blacks and try to salvage our future. There is so much that breaks down the progess of blacks in America, and much of it is the fault of blacks. If anything, this weblog is a place to reach out and take in knowledge, a place to take in power. . .
My name is Jerel Ellegood. I’m a resident of Prince Georges County in Maryland. I’m a political activist, novelist, and musician, as well as college student. I currently attend Morgan State University but will hopefully be transferring to either Bowie State University or the University of Maryland. I’m a free-thinker, or so I think. I feel that I have good things to say and would like to share them. Likewise, I believe there are others whose views, like mine, could bring about salvage of blacks in America; and so I will likely enlist others to submit regularly to this weblog.
This will be a public weblog, meaning that you don’t have to become a member of anything to submit comments of your own.