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Breath of My Ancestors "Recollections from the conscience of an African in America"

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Critics are saying that Poet and keynote speaker Ty Gray-El has written the anthem for black women in his poem "A Black Woman's Smile" view by over 1 million on Youtube.com and presented at the Jenna 6 rallies and on the campaign trail as a Poet for Obama,

This book embodies essays, poetry, conscience whispering, questions and answers for the people of the African Diaspora and the rest of the civilized world... “A Black Woman’s Smile” has prompted more than a million views on Youtube.
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“Ty is not to be defined, he is to be experienced.”

Dewey Hughes-Radio Pioneer & Movie Producer

“Our ancestors have found a vessel through which to speak, his name is Ty Gray-EL.”

Clayton LeBoeuf-Actor, the Wire, Something the Lord Made


“Ty Gray-El speaks words that bring a breath of new life to the hearts of his listeners; gets under the skin of their melanin-filled souls and brings smiles where others have failed…on the faces of Black women!”

Denise Rolark-Barnes, Publisher, Washington Informer

“Spiritually revealing and culturally enlightening, Ty Gray-EL’s writing is dynamic and a soul searching journey into the "real" black experience.”

Dr. Cubie A. Bragg, Counseling Director Bowie State University

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