Poisoning our kids with History??? This is where the actual problem begin, I truly believe that if we know our History, That should motivate us to once again prove all those negative stereotypes as a LIE! letting them know that laws was passed & policies created to keep us on the bottom of the social ladder, Being the father of 2 young women, I used every trick to motivate them to rise above all the obstacles they've faced inspite of all the Lies, Now both of them are working to become medical doctors with aspirations to open Health Clinics in the Black Community one day.
Well, there's many people in the Black community that do not like cops or want to associate themselves with them so rather than call 911, addressing the situation right there and then is priority for them...we see this online, many many times.
I agree we should have our own language. It would at minimum give us some privacy in public and on public forums. It would guard our culture before the world co-opts, minstrelizes, and monetizes it. It would enable us to encapsulate our community while we build economic independence. And if we manage to keep it a secret, we could get a significant head start on the international destructive tactics of modern cointellpro activities. I disagree on using ebonics only because of its relation to English.
Recently Illinois Rep. Jesús García (D) stated that he will not vote for the Budget Reconciliation Bill unless a pathway to citizenship is included in it for undocumented immigrants. That same week, South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn refused to answer questions from his constituency concerning reparations and his unwillingness to be more aggressive with pushing for a policy that specifically server Black America in the face of Joe Biden signing executive orders for the AAPI, LGBTQ, and Immigrant community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqFascB8Xb8
White and Asian companies have a lock on the black hair market yet the don't use ANY of the products. This is as ridiculous as dark skinned black people having a lock on suntan lotion distribution. By buying black we can put every non black owner of black hair products out of business. I would gladly pay a monthly fee to support access to black owned products to out community. Put the oppressors out of business.#blackhair #buyblack #blackbusiness #BlackOwnedBusiness #blackgirlmagic #blackwomen #blackentrepreneurs #supportsmallbusiness #BlackExcellence #blackbusinessowner #blackfashion
this time we're discussing artist art by andi and their contribution to being an ally to the black goth community during black history month. andi has been contributing visual media for the subculture for awhile. the goth life is recognizing and celebrating our black members of the subculture.
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support black owned... Supporting black is not the problem, so you support a black business.. he puts food on the table... what food is he putting on the table how far does this black pound go? once the person you support gets paid are their looking at their suppliers, are they re investing, are they buy from their own black people.. probably not, they be spending money on nikey, maccy, kfc, gucci, all the money that drains our community so the circulation does not actually mean anything... but hold on... some people will make a lot of money out of it
fact is black people just chasing the papers and once most make it they just spending with their masters... so where is the black economy... it's a false perception because we as a community do not understand the real value of economy
The concept is called subliminal action they are trying to program the new generation of blacks and people to engage in the idealistic theory of black being less than and never equal to...the evidence that it works is the self hate and murder in our community by our own people