Hey fambly, I often go to Wikipedia to get general information about famous people. What I find odd is that Blacks are just listed as Americans, not African-Americans. Why is this a problem? Because it makes us invisible to our own posterity. Our children already think we never did anything because they don't know that some of the people they read about are Black, so they have no role models they can identify with. Race is always crucial information when a crime has been committed (when have you eve r read a news story that says "3 Americans were arrested in connection to a liquor store robbery yesterday?"), but when we do something that contributes to society, we're just Americans. I think we owe it to our children to stand up and be counted. Since Wikipedia is just that, a wiki, I was thinking of searching for people on their and editing the entries to include the fact that they are "African Americans." At the top of this page we are told there are 17,000 members at Destee. If each of you finds just one entry, that will be 17,000 African Americans our children can look up to.