Copyright (c) 2015  Arby L. Hambric All Rights Reserved

Arby L. Hambric

In the story To Thee I See: From picking in the fields of Texas to cooking for dignitaries on U.S. Navy ships, a journey I wouldn't change, Arby Hambric chronicles his life from 1926-2014, when his early childhood years were plagued with surviving in a Jim Crow-era rural Texas to how fighting in three war eras in a segregated Navy turned out to be both rewarding and disheartening, but in spite of feeling overlooked after 20 years of service, he utilized the lessons learned to conquer public humiliation, overcome personal rejection, and challenge a broken political system. This book paints a true picture of deplorable restrictions to moments in history that have never been documented before, and provides a detailed analysis of the timeless wisdom that has been learned, exercised, and justified by Mr. Hambric.


In To Thee I See Arby Hambric narrates recounts of how the humiliation of merely surviving in the racist south and serving in a segregated Navy prepared him to battle illegal church activities, challenge unjust politics in his community, and overcome personal setbacks while continuing to seek the life his grandmother envisioned he was destined for–one with meaning, purpose, and dignity.


"For the first time in my 89 years, I have the opportunity to tell my story-

 2015-2016

BOOK TOUR & APPEARANCES


2016


Grand Marshal

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Parade

Downtown Las Vegas, NV

Monday, January 18, 2016



2015


Veteran Honor Flight & Tour

Washington, D.C.

Sat. October 2nd-3rd


Conservative Alliance for

Community Growth

CSN Cheyenne Campus-Horn Theater

3200 E. Cheyenne Ave., NLV 89030

Keynote Speaker: Former 1980 Superbowl

Oakland Raiders, Burgess Owens

with Niger Innis, Ron Futrell,

Randy Voyard and others

- - -

Portrait of Courage Award

11-1 pm Program

Sat. September 19th


National Juneteenth Celebration

Book Festival & Flag Raising Ceremony
Washington, D.C.

Fri.-Sat. June 19th-20th


Sun.-Wed. April 26th-29th
USS Palau CVE-122 Annual Reunion
Virginia Beach, VA 


Sat., March 21st
A Historical Day to Remember
Nevada Partners
710 W. Lake Mead,

N. Las Vegas, NV
3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  


Sat., Feb. 21st
Buffalo Soldiers Natl. Museum

Honoring Our Museum Pioneers

Bayou Event Center

9401 Knight Road, Houston, TX

7:00 p.m. - Until
















a story that is filled with an array of historical moments and timeless wisdom." 

To Thee I See

FROM PICKING IN THE FIELDS OF TEXAS TO COOKING FOR DIGNITARIES ON U.S. NAVY SHIPS, A JOURNEY I WOULDN'T CHANGE