Kenneth L. Woods

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Kenneth L. Woods is a Hawaii native, literary enthusiast, published author, entomology fan, fun-loving father and husband.

As an Indiana University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in biology and an Associate degree in chemistry his love for science and poetry actualized provides a distinctive performance-art experience. His prose is a compilation of humor; satire intertwined with faith in humanity’s potential and most esteemed his Creator.

He has shared his spoken word poetry with intimate crowds to auditoriums of over 3,000. His artistry has span from the U.S to Greece and France through non-profit sector and corporate collaborations.

As stated in an array of his compositions intellect is not deemed worthy by a specific ethnicity, soci
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Kenneth L. Woods There are so many book worlds that it's hard to choose!! I would probably head to the world of Usagi Yojimbo, written by the amazing Stan Sakai. I wou…moreThere are so many book worlds that it's hard to choose!! I would probably head to the world of Usagi Yojimbo, written by the amazing Stan Sakai. I would like to learn swordsmanship from a sensei. I'd also travel to the Marvel Universe and hang out long enough to get a close enough view of some of my favorite superheroes in action!(less)
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Juneteenth

Today is June 19th, 2020, AKA Juneteenth. On this day back in 1865, federal orders were delivered to Galveston, Texas announcing that all of the slaves in Texas were free. The Emancipation Proclamation, signed in 1863, made them all free but it took almost three years for the news to reach Texas. Celebration of this date started as early as 1866, the following year.

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