what i don’t understand is why “we” keep expecting fairness and justice on stolen land and think “we” can beg our oppressors into doin “what is right” by us….
we know there are separate laws & treatment for “us” and “them”, so why do we kept acting surprised and taken aback when shit goes left for us…. “we” know “they” want to get rid of us if they can’t profit off of us in some kind of way….
the “system” isn’t designed to benefit “us” so why do “we” kept expecting to integrate into a broken system and fix it from the insides…. u either gonna bow down or get laid down….
why do “we” trust “their” directives when time and time again, they fuck us over…. why do “we” even listen to them at all? is it because “they” taught “us” to not trust each other and to believe in a deity in “their” image to put themselves subliminally as superior in “our” heads? Even when most of “their” esoteric knowledge was taught or stolen from “our” ancestors and used to empower themselves….
Do “we” think dressing like “them” , looking like “them” or buying “their” brand labeled goods will endear them to “us” and make them like us just a little more? Or is imitation the best form of flattery and submission?
if u didn’t know, “we” ran this mudball at one time…. and some of “us” were not kind beneficent rulers…. tyrants even… and this is the key to why “we” have no friends…. no one wants us back on top of things….
Just a new way for YT to kill us and get away with it…. lock and load folks…
Ahmaud Arbery was believed to be just jogging in a quiet suburban neighborhood when he was pursued, shot and killed by a white resident and their father who suspected him of committing robberies in the area. Now, his family is worried the case won’t get the attention they believe it deserves because of social distancing orders. Continue reading →
This is vastly different than that Hollyweird fantasy of the ‘Green Book’ .
Many African American families possess a cache of generational travelogues, packed tight and out of sight. These reminiscences, shared sparingly, if at all, do not for a moment romanticize the adventures of the open road. Continue reading →
If you are unfamiliar with the term Sundown Towns, here’s a good place to start and get research information and a book as well. These were places that blacks were not allowed after the sun went down… I personally know about Pekin, Illinois.
Michael Moore declared that white people “are not good people” and that you should “be afraid” of them in an interview on “The Rolling Stone” podcast “Useful Idiot.” Moore warned people that if they see a group of 3 white men approaching them that they should cross the street because at least 2 of them voted for Trump. Continue reading →
U know they ain’t that racist, they just a lil bit racist lolololol *sarcasm for the slowpokes*
Unless you’ve totally checked out of what’s been going in Hollywood, it has been hard not to notice what is a disturbing trend. There have been multiple projects that are in the works that seem to either sympathize with white supremacists or present them in a non-threatening nature. Continue reading →
YT always taking ish and claiming they’re self-made…FOH
Last week during the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee hearing about H.R. 40 and reparations, economist, author, political commentator and former president of Bennett College Julianne Malveaux reminded America of the many ways its dark history of racial violence against Black people continues to affect the group’s future. Continue reading →
There have so far been more mass shootings in the U.S. in 2019 than days of the year. According to the Gun Violence Archive (GVA), there were 381 mass shootings as of November 29, the 333rd day of the year. While the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) doesn’t have a formal definition for mass shooting, the GVA defines it as any incident in which four or more people are shot or killed at one time, not counting the shooter. Continue reading →
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