Our dependence and comfort is why other communities are jumping ahead of us.
It's a long, overdrawn reality that we have been enduring. Waking up is easy but doing the work seems to be very difficult for many of us.
We have to work with who are already on board as we can't allow the others to stall our progress.
"If you remain in a state of hating yourself and denying who you are, you will never know your power." Check out my leatest blog!
It's been a while and since IG have shadow banned us from engaging and reaching more users....we're going live on IG on Friday 5th @ 8PM CST.
We will be covering a few topics, CH, current Blkem updates, mobile application, future updates etc..bring your friends, friends of friends, associates and families to the live.
Continue to invite users to the platform so that we can continue to grow organically.
Feel free to join and ask questions.
How does one dictate how others should live? How does one control what happens to the Black community? How does one sell the idea of Black beneficials but their alterego is corrupt and disingenuous?
Well, when we continue to let white supremacy take the lead on what's beneficial and what's not, then they will continue to take the lead on what needs to be done. It's not a conspiracy when the cause and effect is blatantly perpetuated.
It is a conspiracy when our people are not seeing it, when in fact they are.
We're not here to damper the day of thanksgiving but to show the history behind such a day shadowed with happiness.
Many of our ancestors were not free when colonist were busy celebrating and giving thanks. What were they giving thanks for? Thankful they were able to eat while Native African Americans suffered? Thankful their families were able to eat while our ancestors were separated?
Eitherway, the day is to be celebrated how you want. Not what America pushed on us.
Sometimes, believing in the little things matter.
Everything has a beginning and eventually it will grow or expand into what we expect, later down the line.
We expect Blkem to make strides in the online environment and the African American community, tapping into the necessities to become self-sustaining.
We're just a fraction of what others are accomplishing, so believing in their vision and ours, is a necessary step for making positive and beneficial changes.
If you LIKE or LOVE our content and what we are doing for the Black community, please spread the work. It does not take much effort to repost, tell, or invite someone on Blkem. We would not be able to expand, without your support and at MOST times, it does not require spending.
We are the Black Empowerment Social Network. We are not changing, we love what we do and we don't plan on tap dancing for massa, ever!
KEEP ENCOURAGING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO JOIN. IT TAKES THE COLLECTIVE TO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN. THE BLACK COMMUNITY HAVE NEVER BEEN AN ISLAND OF INDIVIDUALS. FOR US TO GET FURTHER, WE HAVE TO BECOME LIKE-MINDED.
WE HAVE LOGGED OFF ALL NON-BLACK SOCIAL PLATFORMS. WE WILL BE TAKING SOME TIME TO THINK ABOUT SOME MORE STRATEGIES THAT CAN BENEFIT THE BLACK COMMUNITY AND MORE WAYS TO MAKE THIS PLATFORM BETTER FOR ENGAGEMENT. IT'S A LONG ROAD, BUT WE WILL GET THERE.