Dick Gregory: His Life, His Work, His Legacy

(WATCH) Christian Gregory – Dick Gregory Exhibit Dick Gregory: His Life, His Work, His Legacy Opening Day, Sunday, February 18, 2018 Date: February 18, 2018 – February 24, 2018 Time: Sunday 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Monday – Friday 10 AM – 8 PM Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM Location: Oxon Hill Manor Address: 6901 Oxon Hill ManorContinue reading “Dick Gregory: His Life, His Work, His Legacy”

Spiritual Trillionaire

Rags to Riches Lower photo credit ~ The Heartist @ https://theheartistartwork.bigcartel.com/  I’ve seen my father express more outrage than shock, rarely was he ever surprised. Nowhere was this more evident than with price-tags/ sticker price. When it came to price, he was virtually unshakable. I would imagine growing up in a true rags toContinue reading “Spiritual Trillionaire”

Proposition 65

California Love • Proposition 65 California’s Proposition 65 is just the tip of the iceberg.  Kudos California. For the other 49 States and the District, who is looking out for you? Here it is Proposition 65: In 1986, California voters approved Proposition 65, an initiative to address their growing concerns about exposure to toxic chemicals. ThatContinue reading “Proposition 65”

No Country for Old Legends

An opinion by Christian Gregory For the past 20 years, I have been Dick Gregory’s protector and am now working diligently to protect his legacy. Sometimes a community can love you to life or love you to death. I sat out this year’s Super Bowl. I am not over the NFL’s treatment of Colin Kaepernick.Continue reading “No Country for Old Legends”

Airport Royalty

(BWI ➡️ LAX) My father virtually lived in airports. He flew multiple times per week. He was a platinum level frequent flyer with every airline and my mother could rattle off his frequent flyer numbers as quickly as she could her own social security number. My father was a heavy traveler. He moved with aContinue reading “Airport Royalty”

Our Last night in DC

Westin Hotel, BWI Airport We deliberated for weeks on how best to relocate to the West Coast. We ultimately decided to fly. We purchased two intimidating-in-size, rolling fortresses of bags, the largest allowed to be checked on a plane. This was an absolute mistake. Two, medium-sized bags instead of one massive one would have beenContinue reading “Our Last night in DC”

Laying to rest a King

More than 7,000 people attended my father’s funeral services. They spanned three days and included a viewing, six hour memorial service, a parade/ funeral march through the streets of DC and a private burial. Ft. Lincoln funeral home and cemetery did a phenomenal job. I will never forget the folks there and their care andContinue reading “Laying to rest a King”