- May 26, 2019
The problem was and still is, Black folks simply just don't trust each other, etc. It seems that after all that mental and physical suffering while fighting hard to win our constitutional social freedoms during slavery and via those civil rights days, Black Americans just apparently committed suicide, by turning their hatreds and gun violence towards each other, etc. We just can't seem to come together collectively and work together to solve our many social issues, etc. We have forgotten the three "C's" etc. Choice, Chance, & Change. Together we must make the 'Choice", to take the "Chance", if we want anything to "Change."" Black people/African Americans, have very self established Black Support Groups, that really carries an impact in dealing with Community, etc. Black situations, issues, etc. Yet we as a ethnic race group spends billion of dollars in this economy, etc. And even most of this is spend outside of our very own communities, etc. Our problems are vast and we have actually failed at addressing most of them, or none of them at all. etc. Sure there are a few groups here and there trying to do their best by working within our many black neighborhoods/ communities and our youth, etc. Yet, it's as if 300 plus years of slavery has impacted black people to tis very day, etc. We can't even stop calling each other the "N" word etc. it's a part of our dialect, etc. And it will remain as such, etc. Can it be that all those civil right's figures died for nothing, all those (thousands of Black folks) that were tortured and lynched, died for nothing, after all we never saw their fears nor felt their pains, etc. The answer to your question in my view, "is no we are not together as we a ethnic group of people ought to be, etc." Just look around you, and you'll have your answer. "SwagII"