These days, the videos reveal many things that we have to correct in order to move forward as a unit.
We’re sure many of you have heard the plea when a Karen and/or ken, come out their shells to target our very existence.
The distinct feeling you get when you hear one of us calling perceived authority figures sir/ma’am when we are being disrespected. It erks the very fiber from our bones hearing the respectful gesture in return for blatant attacks.
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#blkem #blackfirst #karen #kens #Respect
Quick study before today's session of#InClassWithCarr (Tap in through YouTube) via@karenhuntershow.
Stepping outside of the aesthetics to thank you guys for your support. It's appreciated. Especially while I hope in and out of the bookshelves.
Rooted in the ground of independent scholarship and research, this platform is dedicated to exposing the truth from the ground up. It's that simple. Take some time to analyze what you don't understand this weekend.
7PM Sunday appointment ~
Competition between WOMEN#BlackQueen
#SeeTheThingIs #girliguess Karen Civil Bridget Kelly Olivia Dope Joe Budden
Girl I Guess" Trailer with Karen Civil & Ming Lee
What Cassandra Medina Aka SoHo Karen Did Was Nothing Short Of Racism.
"That Black kid stole my Iphone!*
The word “Kwanzaa” comes from the Swahili phrase “matunda ya kwanza,” which means “first fruit.” Karenga chose the name because he envisioned Kwanzaa as an American branch of First-Fruit celebrations common to many African cultures. Traditional First-Fruit celebrations are held when the new season’s crops ripen, which, in the southern hemisphere, occurs in December or early January.
Observed from December 26 to January 1 each year, Kwanzaa was created in 1966, by civil right activist Ron Karenga, as a way “to give Black people an opportunity to celebrate themselves and history,” by uniting in meditation and study around African traditions around principles.
1. Kwanzaa is less than 60 years old.
2. Many people celebrate both Kwanzaa and Christmas.
3. Kwanzaa centers around seven principles.
4. Homemade and educational gifts are encouraged.
5. U.S. presidents habitually wish the nation a happy Kwanzaa.