History of Omenala

DR. NARVIE PULS FAITHFULLY TAUGHT THE CHILDREN OF ATLANTA FOR OVER 35 YEARS. DURING HER TEACHING TENURE DR. PULS BECAME FRUSTRATED BY ONLY BEING ALLOWED TO TEACH THE " COOKIE CUTTER " VERSION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY. DR. PULS RETIRED IN 1992 AND WAS DETERMINED TO TEACH THE TRUE STORY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY. IN 1993 DR.PULS, HER HUSBAND RICHARD PULS, AND HER SON KEVIN WILLIAMS OPENED THE OMENALA GRIOT AFROCENTRIC MUSEUM IN THE WEST END OF ATLANTA. DR. PULS' DREAM WAS NOW FULFILLED BECAUSE THE NAME OMENALA GRIOT TRANSLATES INTO "THE TEACHING OF THE TRUE STORY".