Born to the era of segregation in the deep south state of Mississippi, Clifton Taulbert knows all too well what America has tried to leave behind. Author of the best seller,
Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored
, the Pulitzer Prize nominated book,
The Last Train North
ongst other acclaimed works, his stories are evident of the coming together of past and present racial relations.
Entrepreneur, lecturer, CEO, thought leader, community voice, member of the GlobalMindED International Advisory Council, Taulbert's roles do not end there. One of his most relevant roles today is his position as a writer - a scribe to the hope he holds and the truth he shares. In our most recent blogpost, read what Taulbert has to say regarding his role as a scribe to America's stories before and after Charlottesville.