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Eric Blair Presents – Daily Knowledge: William Still (Day 9)

Eric Blair Presents – Daily Knowledge: William Still (Day 9)

William Still was an abolitionist, writer, and businessman; both of his parets were former slaves. In 1847, Still become an active abolitionist, taking the postion as clerk in the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society and later serving as secretary of Philadelphia Vigilance Committee. He also aided slaves to the Underground Railroad.

About Mr. Blair

Eric Blair was born in August of 1984 in Philadelphia, PA, and raised in the North Philly section of the city. He has always enjoyed stories, schemes, and the complexities of plots. At a young age he discovered that he could create narratives full of adventures, creativity, and intrigue. It was this realization that caused him to fall in love with the art of storytelling. At age of twenty-one Eric began writing comic books. His first professional book “Hip-Hop Chronicles” was written for Space Dawg Entertainment in 2004. Eric’s writing style ranges from descriptive to expository writing, where the writing serves to explain and inform the audience. He uses thoroughly developed characters, clever situations, and witty conversation style and tone to keep readers engaged. Eric is inspired by authors who can evoke an emotional response from the reader, as well as authors who can blend elements of fact with fiction to construct a great piece. Eric is currently working on a series of comic books that are soon to be published, his recent writings have been guest featured on several online blogs. He works on perfecting his craft by consistently updating his work, editing pieces, reviewing the latest relevant material, and surrounding his self with like minded, creative, intelligent people.

One comment

  1. September 10th, 2011 0:45

    Lmao Same! My feet feel like I walked da whole underground railroad smh» dis shit is ridiculous


  2. August 23rd, 2011 1:15

    Everytime I drive at night I get scared of the cops and take the underground railroad home.



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