Breaking Barriers Project Institute

Breaking Barriers Project Institute is involved in the production of 1960’s era story of “Breaking Barriers: The Freedom Riders”

Operating as usual

12/31/2023

Hello 🔵 It's official. Signed at 12:53. It even came on tv.
Mine really turned blue. Don't forget, the new Facebook rule starts tomorrow (aka... new name META) where they can use your photos. Dont forget the deadline is today!!! I do not give Facebook or any company affiliated with Facebook permission to use my past and future photos, information, messages or posts.
With this statement, I inform Facebook that it is strictly forbidden to publish, copy, distribute or take any other action against me based on this profile and/or its contents. The violation of privacy can be punished by law.
NOTICE: Facebook is now a public entity. All members must publish such a note.
Whoever wants can copy and paste this version. Failure to post a statement at least once will be tacitly allowing the use of your photos, as well as information in profile and status posts.
Hold your finger anywhere in this message and copy will pop up. Click the copy button. Then go to your page, create a new message and put your finger anywhere in the blank field. "Paste" will appear and click Paste.
This will bypass the system....
He who does nothing agrees.
(Better to be safe and post this than be sorry later)

03/30/2022

We will make good things happen this Spring. Look for our announcements of Podcasts, YouTube and Book sales on our website soon.😀

12/18/2021

Happy Holidays to Everybody

12/05/2021

Next year is almost here and in 2022 we have big plans and are recruiting influential sources of funding and content. Watch and see. Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings to all and remember, peace on earth, good will to (those) men of good will, which is the true interpretation.

07/14/2021

Harlem Book Fair in New York this week!
Virtually.

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