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									Gold e-Business Communications Inc. Highlights "Unsung American Heroes of
Color"

Throughout American history, there have been numerous talented "Unsung American Heroes of
Color" who have been under-recognized by history books, class rooms, and the movie industry. The
different classifications are African American, Native Americans, Latin Americans, India
Americans, Asian Americans, and many other groups of color in the USA. Gold e-Business
Communications Inc. is shining a spotlight on these issues, and brings recognition to deserving
"Unsung American Heroes of Color."

Baton Rouge, LA, September 10, 2013 --(PR.com)-- There were a number of Great Americans
throughout United States history who were people of color and not given there just due from history
books, school class rooms, or movies from Hollywood producers. Gold e-Business Communications Inc.
has decided to research this subject and create a blog about these "Unsung American Heroes of Color."

Numerous Afro American people were brought up in the public school system in any city or town USA.
For the most part, many "Americans of Color" presented in the classroom curriculum were
under-researched, at best. Gold e-Business Communications Inc. decided to do more research on the
"Unsung Afro American Heroes" who were part of US history. However, while doing research they
started to realize that there are a number of other individuals of color representing other nationalities.
These other nationalities include Native Americans, Latin Americans, India Americans, Asian
Americans, and many other groups of color in the USA.

Gold e-Business Communications Inc. has made it known that guest bloggers are welcome to reveal
information about their particular groups of color. They have made it a point to not list the traditional
individuals of color, who have received notoriety through various communications modes. They are
focusing on the individuals of color who were for the most part, over-looked or under-recognized for their
huge accomplishments to society. The blog that they created highlights individuals like Bass Reeves, who
was one of the first African American Deputy U.S. Marshals in the old west. There was Mathew
Alexander Henson, an African American explorer who co-discovered the North Pole. Also, there was
York, of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. York was a African American explorer and scout. These are
just a few of the types of "Unsung Heroes of Color" represented in there blog.

It is their intention to enlighten the general public about these remarkable contributors to the American
culture. To gain access to their blog, please visit http://colorheros.wordpress.com/

Once there, simply view the different articles, click on reply, then please hit the "Like this" buttons. Their
goal, once again is to bring some system of recognition to these deserving individuals.

Be sure to click on the "YouTube Links" at each blog.




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Gold e-Business Communications Inc.
Kenneth Golden
504-233-2632
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http://160countries.us


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