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Here at the Community Archive, we believe images and messages have a much deeper purpose than just for laughs. Memes have been able to provide psychological and historical context of our current state of society in a creative way. Take a look at our collection.
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Karmella Green is an East Texas native and a country gal that focuses on poetry, prose, black literature and also enjoys writing anecdotal and philosophical pieces. She would describe her style of writing to be more of a journalistic and reporting quality mixed in with real, down-to-earth opinions that are relatable to everyone. Karmella founded Community Archive Publishing to shine light on the creatives who will never stop, the ones who don’t do it just for money, fame or a materialistic outcome but for the passion, love and release that it brings. She hopes to share stories that will move you, write articles that are thought provoking and inspire you to continue following your dreams.
Thank you in advance for reading, submitting your own stories, and following along while many of us take this journey towards bettering ourselves through our communities for the future.
The Community Archive is a collection of stories, art, and culture shared through virtual platforms of various creators and self published authors. We invite you to travel along and grow with us.
We are seeking grant funding and investment opportunities while actively working towards creating a publishing company within a 2 year span of the Community Archive digital publication. (this website) Thank you for visiting our site and if you're interested in learning more or have any other inquiries, visit our contact us section and drop a line!
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