Please join us as we discuss the #MeToo movment and how it is overlooking voices and accounts the Black Community. More people are coming forward with their stories, yet the stories in black and brown communities are discounted because we aren’t necessarily talking abut rich, famous public figures. So many stories are out there and it’s a deperately needed conversation.
Dear Black People:
What’s next? Do we fall into the same old rut and go along with the status quo because we were trained to do so? It’s evident that our money and voting block is more important than they would care for us to realize. What’s next? Do we continue to allow our very existence be dictated by people who truly believe that they know what’s best for us and will make decisions accordingly? They name the problem and for odd reason, too many of you are eager to claim it. Why is that?
Do we grow a backbone and stand up? I’m just asking questions…
Please join us as we discuss many different issues. There is so much fodder that I’m not sure where to begin.
Per Donald tRump:
Black people “What do you have to lose?”
Black Americans in Atlanta live in crime infested neighborhoods that are falling apart.
Mexicans are allegedly bringing drugs to America, raping women (white?), have bad hombres syndrome, taking (white) American jobs, clogging the emergency rooms, overburdening the welfare and disability rolls, and refuse to learn English allegedly per Donald tRump.
Puerto Ricans have no food or electricity because they are allegedly lazy and deserve to suffer per Donald tRump.
Africans allegedly live in huts and come from alleged sh*tholes.
Haitians allegedly come sh*tholes and have AIDS.
I’m not sure what his stance is on the Hawaiian incident, but I’m sure that he feels like they should not have listened to the fake news and fake emergency drills. He still has said nothing. Maybe they live too far away like Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and others that aren’t connected to the mainland.
The show that I wanted to do originally pales in comparison to the statements made by tRump. However, I will find a way to get it all in today.
The tRump administration is just a living, walking, talking example of white male privilege and identity. White feminists have shown us, once again, that their identification is centered on their whiteness. How many times does this have to happen before black and brown people walk away from the deception and madness?
2017 was a glaring example of white supremacy and white nationalism in America. This crisis has been happening globally, but unfortunately you have Americans who ignored all of the warning signs.
This and more.
Please join me Sunday as I discuss this reality show that we are being forced to participate in.
The need to pay attention and question everything and everyone is imperative. Unfortunately, you will have people trying to sell yoou a bill of goods; while neglecting to tell you that the product expired a year ago. We can’t afford to not pay attention.
Donald tRump to people of color, “You will obey and conform.” Omarosa, that means you too. Now we are her people and Donald tRump is racial and not racist. How does that work Omarosa?
Life is about to get really interesting.