The White Man’s Ice is Colder

whiteWe’ve all grown up heating that phrase and I’ve never believed it but when I look around and think about the economic conditions our people are in, unfortunately the saying really is true for many of us in our thinking. Conditioning over hundreds of years has put in the minds of our people that the white man is superior and should be feared. If that were not true, how have we allowed every aspect of our existence here to be dictated, regulated or controlled by someone that doesn’t look like us? The politics, school systems, healthcare, housing, employment, you name it. That is why there is no such thing as black racism because none of the aforementioned areas are controlled by black people where they can deny anyone white an opportunity. Do we decide the racial breakdown of a city? We live where we live because someone else decided and even if you have moved to a suburb, usually you know what happens if too many of us come. Oh and for those that are the ONLY neg roes in the subdivision, your mortgage rate is higher even if you have better credit a recent study proved.

WE can not underestimate the conditioning of slavery on our thought process. I got hit from behind in a car accident once and for months I was driving afraid so I was always looking in the rear view mirror. That was just on accident. How would I be thinking or driving if it happened over and over and over? Coons and sellouts are products of the conditioning because they are too afraid to challenge the status quo. I have to ask myself constantly am I doing the same thing/ When it comes to our economic independence, you have to as k yourself where you spend your money. I always try to chose a black lawyer, doctor, dentist, insurance agent, mechanic anything that I can to keep my money in my community. I’m not always successful but I try my best. Who does your hair , nails, where you buy gas, everywhere I spend my money I try. I give to charitable organizations that support Black causes. If we all did, change would come.

Are some businesses ghetto? Yes. Do some of them provide terrible service? Yes but because they depend on our money you can help them and if they still refuse then go elsewhere. I’d be willing to bet when you go to Needless Marcup-Nieman Marcus and you get bad service, get ignored or treated like you stole something, you don’t call them ghetto and stop shopping there. That’s how sick some of us are. You have a problem giving money to your own but will freely spend without regard for treatment at the business of your oppressor. That’s why the white man’s ice is always colder..

Until we change our thinking, put real money in real black businesses and stop talking about it or we are doomed. Until we put our money to work in our favor we will continue to be killed by the police, taken for granted by the Democratic party, will keep begging for jobs and education and be a negligible factor in the world. We can change this if we just think before we spend. I believe it can be done what about you? What is it going to take for us to believe?


Fear of a Black Planet

fearI remember when I first saw this title on an old Public Enemy album and thought about how profound it was. That is the main fear of white supremacy and is the reason they fight so hard. Then I starting thinking about how we are always called minorities when in fact white people are the minority on the planet. The jig is up because if you just do a little research you will find how you have been lied to. Why is this topic important for my Real Black Power is Green series? It is important because you need to change your thinking. If you feel small or inferior, half the work of the oppressor is done. You will never really know or accept your real power.

In the recent aftermath of the uprisings in Baltimore, I am proud of the young people there. If I hear one more speech about nonviolent protest I will scream The main objective of those kids was to be heard not to be called thugs and criminals. Kids scared white folks so bad an Oriole ball game was played in an empty stadium. I wonder how much revenue was lost when a hot dog or a beer or parking was not spent. Hitting the man in the pocket is the bloodless revolution. A few kids terrorized an entire city. And a few days later charges were brought. Is that a coincidence?

Black people have to realize that they have been conditioned to think they have no power or control to be kept in line. It is as if we have been conditioned like the circus elephant. The baby elephant is chained to a post so it can’t get away no matter how hard it tries. The thought is instilled of powerlessness so when the elephant grows up, a tiny rope ties up the huge animal that could pull an entire tent down but the thought never occurs to the animal. Despite our size we believe we have no power.

There are roughly 6 billion people on the planet earth. 46 million .black people are in the US. There are roughly three times that number in Nigeria alone. Did that just blow your mind? Africa is a continent not a country. There are nearly one billion Africans in the motherland. As conscious as I thought I was I didn’t know. We have just as many of us as the Chinese. Media will never tell you that. What about other Africans in other european countries and places like the caribbean, Brazil, Panama, Haiti, Cuba and Australia. Now you get the picture? We are a force to be recond with and never quite knew it. Free your mind and your ass will follow. Stop thinking small.

Africa has diamonds, gold, rubies, sapphires, just to name some of its riches. There are so many resources that I could go on and on about but that is why the motherland has been underdeveloped because THEY don’t want us to control our own stuff. Whyis there poverty with all the wealth around. The same goes here, why are we so so poor after all we have given this country? Wake up and smell the roach spray, there is a plan. It’s time we got one and be willing to die for it because as Malcolm X said the price of freedom is death.


Real Black Power is Green



blkpowerThe purpose of this series is to take a closer look at the power of the black dollar. In light of the issues facing the black community, in comparison to mainstream America, we are still at the bottom of everything. We have the worst education, housing, healthcare, income and technology gaps etc. Despite the political stride of helping to elect a Black President, he still is the most disrespected and obstructed president ever. Despite so called social gains we still are the victims of police brutality and judicial injustice. When you look at all these areas in their entirety Black people have not lived up to our potential and often have relegated our futures to be determined by others.

There are examples of those business men and women that have been successful and made great choices but I believe what you do to the least of my brothers you do to me. As long as there is a Trayvon Martin or an Eric Garner, the money you have cannon protect you. It doesn’t matter that you can afford a rolls Royce for your teen son but if he drives it he’s going to be pulled over and could be killed by the police. Our daughters could be sexually harassed and brutalized by police as well. If racism and sexism still dictate the policies that affect our daily lives, money doesn’t mean everything. But it can.

Economic opportunity can change lives for the better and can change the mentality of so many that have lives of crime, drug abuse and violence. We spend trillions of dollars and the bloodless revolution is keeping our money in our pocket. When we are maximizing our economic power as a mass of people then we can turn the tables. We have become such consumers , there are entire industries we can shut down. Who buys refrigerated biscuits more than we do? How many Black people work for them? We have the power to change every aspect of our lives and put in place the conditions for success. We can still vote but money can buy politicians. Money talks and bullshit walks is and will always be true in America.

We need to understand it’s not how much money you make but what you spend that counts. Our ancestors had teaching jobs and government jobs and they bought homes, have pensions and live well. Many of us now have six figure jobs and drive and wear most of the money but we travel and eat and drink “good.’ Too many of us have forgotten the sacrifices that were made and certainly don’t sacrifice for anyone else. What are we doing? We have all that we need to create a black world where we determine our own destiny. You have to know better to do better my mother used to say and that’s what this series will attempt to do in terms of providing what has happened to us and what decisions we need to make to improve our lot.

We need to stop buying what we want and begging for what we need. It’s time to face some cold hard truth about the bullshit we do. A small group of conscious Black folk can make an impact and that is my end game. Starting this moment let’s change our mentality to reach our fullest potential. I love you all.

Being Black

Higgins_Bond_AkhenatonI was 11 years old when I found out I was Black. I grew up around Black people and the only white people I knew were the nuns and my teachers at the catholic school I attended. Everything was normal in my world until one day, my white English teacher made me aware I was different. I adored her and I don’t know how it came up but I asked her what would she do if her son married a Black woman and she said, “Oh no that would never happen. I want my grandchildren to look like me.” Wow. That was the beginning of my journey. It didn’t hit me till then even though two years before I had gotten perfect scores on the Iowa Basics tests we had to take and they could not believe a little 9 year old Black girl in an ‘urban’ catholic all Black school could possibly have scored so high. So they sent a representative to my school to test me alone. I did it again so then I was deemed a genius.

So my journey began where I started to read everything I could find about Black people because I wanted to know why would my teacher say such a thing like something was wrong with me. Then I heard my father curse for the first time in my life when we were driving from St. Louis to Memphis and we stopped at this burger shop where they came up to your car to take your order. We sat, and sat and more cars came and went but nobody came to our car. My father was from New Jersey/New York and I guess wasn’t used to the ‘South” so I learned why Black people always had to pack a lunch. I asked why they didn’t come to our car. I remember he never answered and just kept driving.

My little brain computer started putting things together and the more I read, the more I understood. Nothing was wrong with me, something was wrong with white people. My father soon pronounced he would never work for another white man and he didn’t. But as I sit here writing, I can never recall being told why. Too many of us have never been taught what racism is and how we should handle it. We just learn that we are the ‘OTHER’ and you have to work twice as hard to get half as far, You learn early you are BLACK and that means you are not as smart, not as pretty, not as accomplished, not as valuable. You learn, you know how white folks are but you just have to deal with it.

You see most of us have no clue about who we are and what has happened to us. Most of us know more about the holocaust than the centuries of chattel slavery. The pain of our oppression causes us to do one or more of the following:

  1. Internalize and hate self and become Uncle Ruckus, adopt Stockholm Syndrome where we think of ourselves in terms of our oppressor.
  2. Totally deny the existence of race, racism or the existence of Black culture and live to assimilate at every level.
  3. Adopt aspects of one and two-You know some of your history, you understand racism but you–= blame the victim and think that if you just work hard enough all is well.
  4. You understand white supremacy and know the game and how to play it but never give up your dignity. You understand that if you do not work for nation building among your people you will cease to exist.

Remembering who we are is the entire point of Black History Month but it should be a practice we celebrate everyday. We need to stop being in denial, we need to teach our children what racism is and understand that being pro Black is not necessarily anti-White meaning that there are times to be anti white supremacy to preserve your own culture. Going along to get along has gotten us no where. We need to be honest and take responsibility for our own culture and community and figure out what we have contributed positively and negatively in context of understanding systemic racism and white supremacy. We can’t move forward without doing both.

Being Black is being excellent with a love of self and our people throughout the diaspora and knowing we are the true masters of our own fate. This month read my blogs and together let’s dream a world we have created.

El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, 89 years Strong


We need Malcolm X TODAY!

As I sit here thinking about this man, looking at his picture, listening to his words, remembering how he changed me, I cry two types of tears, pain and joy.

My Tears of Pain

I cry because I am angry. I cry because I am hurt. I cry because I feel so helpless because I was only 4 when he died and I wish I could have done something. I cry for the trials he faced as a Black Man in America. He stood up for what he believed and he was shot ten times in his chest, thigh and ankle, plus four bullet creases in his chest and thigh in front of his family.

See this strong Black man had to be killed because he was a threat to white supremacy because he taught us how to think for ourselves. As he said asking for civil rights meant the white man was still on top to beg him for something that you already possess as a human being. When that light went on my life changed. Too many of us today live our lives not knowing anything about our contributions to humanity and continually are led by whatever agenda anybody else has and those of us that try to keep building on Bro. Malcolm’s legacy half the time are called racists or living in the past.

You have to have power to be a racist and the past is ever present from Trayvon being killed to the first Black president being called a Nigger. But just like a dog licks his balls because he can, incidents of our disappearance, discrimination and murder go on because it can. We are too damn busy laughing at memes about Jay Z and Solange. Oh yeah I laughed to but I’m about my work too. We still haven’t gotten the memo that you can laugh and joke but when it’s time you don’t need to PLAY.

You don’t like the comments of Don Sterling but he’s in the Jewish Mafia that controls you. Sterling made his billions off YOU as a slumlord. But then he pays off all the right Colored people that give him awards so they keep their mouths shut because YOU don’t fund them. Any group still Colored in 2014 is bought and paid for and since most of us don’t fund our own organizations or colleges, the United Negroes still begging white folks to keep their schools open. All yall bougies can’t even do that. I went to Marquette and I don’t send them a dime. I don’t have to. Stern, Silver, Sterling and most of the owners and folk that run the NBA, all the Jewish Mafia that won’t let Bill Russel or no other great do shit. Is that being anti-semetic? Nope just the truth. Semites look like me.

No affront to proud Gay Black Men but I find it compelling that the first “Openly” gay basketball or football player are Black. We know dang well gay men have been playing in both leagues probably since they started. But there’s nothing better to show on natonal tv than a blubbering Michael Sam to add to the image of the current Black metrosexual man.

I’m not homophobic because by the definition that would mean I’m afraid of you. I’m not. Gay is not the new Black because you can be gay and still racist. Just like sunday is the most segregated day of the week, there are white gay clubs and black gay clubs just like churchs. The only thing we have in common is we are both hated. But Gay folk have healthcare, education, housing, higher income, tv shows, movies, books, magazines that The Gay Mafia will make sure they have. The Gay Mafia is going to make sure you pay for the F word for life just as Isaiah Washington. They want to compare their discrimination to Black Folk but there really isn’t a comparison because they have more power. You can’t make someone accept you. You can only see to it that they respect your rights. But that’s another blog.

Bro. Malcolm I am sorry that we have not lived up to your example. But then I do have tears of joy.

On your 89th birthday, I am rededicating myself to your teachings. Because of technology more people than ever can learn about you and love you as I do. There are still those of us that carry on for you and from your wisdom can see straight through the tricks that have not changed since you transitioned. Happy Birthday El Hajj Malik El Shabazz. May you continue to be a light that guides us. By Any Means Necessary.

64 Years a Slave on the NBA Plantation

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In 1950 Earl Lloyd became the first black player in the NBA. We already know what he went through. Now 64 years later not much has changed other than the fact that Black Men dominate the game. The players are still owned and traded. Michael Jordan is the only Black owner and as the stats listed show the abysmal representation or should I say non-representation of Blacks in the league speaks volumes. All of it is bullshit-Sterling, the NBA, the players and African Americans. Here is why:

Sterling is a racist asshole from way back. Everybody knows it but he is a billionaire and he can do what the hell we wants. That’s America. Banished means what? If he owns the building they practice in you mean to tell me he can’t go there? A general manager has been appointed. Like Sterling really took care of the day to day ish. Get real. All bullshit. I didn’t like what he said but hell what black person doesn’t work for or with a racist? That’s just real talk. I’ll say later what I think should be a solution to the disrespect. Oh yeah he bought and paid so many African Americans who didn’t say jack. Figures.

The NBA is full of shit too because they know who Sterling is. Always have and the other owners are scared shitless their dirt will be next. Slippery slope my ass. Michael Jordan had a time getting to be an owner and they love his dirty drawers with his sell out ass. Yes I said it, I was done with him when he put the Million Man March down but that’s another blog. The states say only 18% of the office staff is Black. So where are the Black PR people, Black entertainment lawyers, Black administrative staff etc? If Black players are 75 percent of the revenue makers, 75 percent of the employees should be Black too. That’s fair. The NBA got the $2.5 million fine. I wonder how many Black folk will get any of that money? Who are the groups they are contributing to that deal with racism and intolerance and how many Black folks work for them? All bullshit.

The Slaves, I mean Players. For all those thinking they make too much money, you are an idiot. If they are making millions they are generating trillions. They employ the parking lot attendants, ticket outlets, concession stands, beer, Nike, Wilson, jerseys and gear, the cleaning people, the friggin electricity being used. Does your boss pay you at you are really worth? No well my point exactly. One negro like LeBron James does what he wants and they treat him like a slave running up north! I blame the players for just being paid and not demanding shit else. They could make things better for the college players so they get better benefits and unionize. Hell all the pro players should too. Few of them hire their own people as lawyers, publicists, personal managers, etc. Spending their money on white girls and bullshit shows how irresponsible they are and they wonder why they get no respect. If you act like little boys you will be treated as such. Grow a pair and do something for the black boys that look up to you and who will be you one day. The few that do remember who they are are few in numbers.

My solution? Why doesn’t each NBA have a training center/scholarships for every city where a team exists. The NBA is a nonprofit. They could easily fund such a program. No they want players to stay slaves and asleep.

Everyone is at fault in my book and this was no victory for anybody but Sterling because his only crime will be making more money for speaking his racist mind. African Americans really thought they were vindicated. They so glad Massa paid them some attention and white folks really thought they did a lot too. Real Black people got disrespected and know this shit was just a news cycle diversion off Putin. Real Change makes Real Change. When the dust clears, we got nothing.

Terrorists Even Get White Privilege



Dzokhar and Frazier

One appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. He’s young he’s cute and we already know young white boys get away with murder. Literally. They are troubled and influenced by music, their older radical brother , a movie who knows, anybody and then they just disappear from the media. Dzokhar is still awaiting trial on the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing. Young girls are still swooning and what real hard evidence do they have against him anyway?

Frazier is not a tv character but a hard core klansman that’s been on Howard Stern, buying weapons, plotting and planning, snitching on his fellow Aryan brothers and shoots people at a synagogue that aren’t even Jewish. Funny how Black Panthers were killed in their sleep and Klansmen just keep being able to organize and grow.

That’s what I mean about even terrorists get white privilege. People were ready to go string up a dark skinned Arab on the spot that was hurt by the bomb but when it turned out that Dzokhar was an American even though born in Russia the heat cooled off and he made it on the cover of Rolling Stone! Now the FBI is saying Russia didn’t give enough intelligence. Were they supposed to? I thought they were our enemy but I forgot the conservatives love Putin. Better than their own president but in case you forgot he’s , BLACK.

An old redneck Klansmen gets a pass too because he is white. How could they have a file on him probably a foot thick and not see his next move. There goes your theory that big brother is listening and watching or they should have seen this shooting coming. He has been klanning and buying guns for decades. He’ll just be written off as crazy poor white trash. No biggie. Yeah he’ll go to jail, he did kill other white people but they are saying it’s too early to say if they will seek the death penalty. Gotta make sure he’s guilty. Wow.

But God help us if a person is dark, Black, Muslim or Arab doing anything and all hell would break loose. Do you think I could be on Howard Stern, talk about how I hate white folks, stockpile guns and be with fellow Blacks plotting to take “The Man” down without getting shot in my sleep like Fred Hampton? What American born black person or Muslim or Arab has every mass killed any white person? All the American born perps of major shootings or bombings here have been by WHITE Americans! But Willie Horton or a Black welfare queen or a rapper represent the horrifying heinous images that terrify white folks. Wall Street, banks and multi-national corporations are the real Terrorists but I digress.

White Privilege is a mofo.

Safe Place

The love of this song always warms my heart and comforts me. I met my paternal grandmother at my fathers funeral who I look just like and my maternal grandmother died when I was 3 days old. My mother said I acted a lot like her. She is the woman who washed the menstrual rags of white women. Her sacrifice keeps me very clear and focused. See we all need someone in our lives that keeps us focused. They either influenced us positively to guide us in the right direction. Or if they were negative they showed us what and who we didn’t want to be. That’s pretty much how you have to look at things.

By faith there be’s better days. Those words from a wise grandmother in the song makes me think how far we have come and how far we have yet to go. Black women have loved and cared and sacrificed so much. Dianne Reeves was blessed to have had such guidance and love. We respected our elders and there was always something about looking at older ladies, seeing their poise and grace with their hats and gloves at church that still makes me feel connected.

That’s what is missing in so many women’s lives today. Those women endured hell but they always gave you a safe place. When they pinched your cheek or kissed it or pulled you into their bussum. You knew you were loved. You knew you were safe. Whether you were related or not. That’s what saved us and got us here today.

My sisters we’ve got to find our safe place and we’ve got to be that place for each other. Too many of us are empty and alone and we try to fill that space with food, sex, drugs, toxic relationships or plain old nasty attitude. But you gonna make it through the night like the song says.

Better days are coming because the more you love and find your safe place, the more you can share it and that’s what all this that we go through is about. I’m saying this because I love my sisters. I want you to know we have got to shield each other. I build up before I break down. Next week I’m going to talk about the truth of why as Chris Brown says “H&%$ Ain’t Loyal!

30 Pieces of Silver and 2 Bitches

silverbJesus was sold out for 30 pieces of silver. But his resurrection is an inspiration for renewal. Judas did what he was supposed to do to fulfill prophesy. But why would two bitches that call themselves his sons, be trying to sell the bible and nobel peace prize of Martin Luther The King as WE call him? Yes his sons are two broke ass need to get a job BITCHES! We need to stop being so politically correct and call a spade a spade no pun intended. There are just some things you don’t do. The man gave his life and the best you can do is sell prized possessions we all should be protecting.

My next question is, if they are that damn broke why can’t somebody black give them a damn job? Why do all of our scholars, activists or leaders always have to be broke as hell. We don’t take care of them so why are we so surprised when they sell out because their basic needs are not met? The great Huey Newton died doing drugs. A great mind destroyed because dealing with life is a bitch but when you try to stand for something for your people too often WE leave you hanging. We rally around them and shout power to the people but we don’t put our money where our mouth is and all the bullshit we buy could easily help others if we just pulled back a little.

Next question, who is going to buy the bible and prize? A Klansmen for all we know. For how much? Can’t any of these people make the purchase like Kanye whose spent millions on who, Kim or Dr. Dre that gave millions to USC that we know still practices white supremacy or how about athletes, rappers, Oprah or Tyler Perry that can buy an island?

Let’s stop reading an article about Bernice and shaking our damn head and somebody start a fund, say maybe the Alphas that built the monument and buy the items ourselves. I am just so sick to death of hearing about sell out bullshit. We’ve got to start taking a hard look at what is important in our culture and protecting what’s ours because that’s why we get no respect. We pray and keep asking God to do what we need to do for ourselves. Use the money you’ve been blessed to earn to build and protect your own. Stop the killing of our men the the bitchification of them because they have no finances. Judas fulfilled his purpose. What the Hell are we doing?

And another thing, the least yall can do for me is follow me and pass the word because I am putting myself out here by telling the truth. LOL DO SOMETHING! Give a Damn.

Niggahs, Coons, Negropeans, African Americans and Black People


I purposefully didn’t write my usual inspirational post for Black History Month this year because I’ve been too angry. I usually write about our African heritage and the legacy of Egypt. I usually write about all of our inventions from the cotton gin to a golf tee. I talk about our achievements in business, science, sports, music you name it. Just think about the fact that what ever we put our minds to we get done from Sistah Bessie Coleman becoming a pilot to the election of our first Black president that would not have happened without us and brown people uniting because 60% of white folks voted against him. What I’m going to write about is my anger and frustration because I have worked hard to personally achieve my goals of education and business. I’ve created positive black images in film and in print. I’ve mentored, marched and put my money where my mouth is. But at 52 I’ve come full circle and I am back as mad as I was when I learned of the struggle when I was young. That’s why I titled this post as I did and I’ll tell you why.The following definitions cover the gamut of the bullshit we bring on ourselves.

Niggahs–They buy what they want, beg for what they need and are so self centered and materialistic they’d vote for slavery today to have a job, three hots and a cot. They are found in every socio-economic level and do nothing but bitch and moan but don’t do shit but that.They will always exist but we have to just use their discretionary income because they will always spend their money on what they are programmed to do.

Coons–They are often niggahs too but so love the white man they have no pride in their race other than what white folks allow them to and will sell their mother for acceptance. Coons say shit like, “we need to thank the white man for slavery because he civilized us” said by
Rev. Jesse Peterson and Sean Hannity loved it. Coons are House Niggahs that always wait for the crumbs from the white man’s table and will never do anything to upset the apple cart or white people. They are sad and should be ignored.

Negropeans are a step above a coon but still have coon-like tendencies because they tend to intellectualize their coondom by siding with conservative or anybody else by using statistics or false arguments that basically are right wing taking points. They play like they really believe we are in a post racial society and that class issues are the real issues. But as Haki Madhabuti said, “Did the class problem rape your grandmother FOOL?” They just can’t deal with the reality of racism, it’s too painful. Allan West comes to mind.

African Americans–These are the politically correct folks that have some traits from the first three types but live and work to be happy. They go to church, get educated, own businesses but their kids have tablets and the best clothes and can’t f*cking read. They will get their hair done rather than pay a utility bill which really is a niggah tendency but they have the money they just don’t pay their bills. Like a coon they are sellouts, always trying to be the head niggah in charge at their job and are tribal as hell. Like a negropean they can articulate issues but at least they have some semblance of knowledge of their history and will cry fowl to racism. Or the conscious African Americans know their history and what has happened but are so busy arguing with another conscious person about the size of the Ankh they are wearing they never get shit done. African Americans are like pigeons though. You know how if you throw a rock at a bunch of pigeons they flutter all up mad but in a few minutes the are right back in the group walking along. African Americans get mad, emotional for a hot second then it’s business as usual with no follow up or follow through. Unity by the issue but in general, do some work, niggah please. They have good intentions but we know where that leads a road to.

Black People are the people I love and emulate. You know who you are and whose you are. You put your money where your mouth is. You support others. You raise your own consciousness and see white supremacy for what it is and fight it with your success and nation building mindset. You dedicate all that you do by saying yes to the questions:

Are you making your ancestors proud by recognizing their sacrifice with your own?

Are you pooling your resources with those of others to leave the world better for the next generation?

Do you recognize white supremacy and its effects and combat it whenever possible?

Do you love yourself and your people equally and are willing to protect and respect your brothers and sisters?

If you answer yes you are Black for real and you are the reason why I will keep turning my anger and frustration into motivation to make this life better right here right now. To hell with Niggahs, Coons, Negropeans and African Americans that won’t unite. Black People Unite because white supremacy would not work so hard to keep you down if you didn’t have so much to give. The jig is up. If Black People lived up to their greatest potential there would be justice and righteousness for all. Free your mind and your ass will follow. Imagine a world that we could create! Make Black History Month everyday!

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