I know you probably seen this but I wanted to post it anyway because it's true and petty at the same time. They see everything about us being angry and our crime but somehow forget the labels when it comes to their own kind. They out here committing a number of mass shootings around here. Actually the most recent one in Dayton Ohio, makes the second one in 24 hours. Their worried about being afraid of us and going into some of the neighborhoods of ours (that they've destroyed,) hell I'm about to be nervous to go in public crowds around their asses. They out here spraying shit, not giving a damn who they hit. It amazes me how they went through and took all the guns out of black neighborhoods in the 90s doing those community gun turn-in rallies but now look who's mainly shooting shit up. Anybody remembers those?!?! So if we are angry or violent because we refuse to put up with their crap, then what would we label their children who take their guns and shoot s*** up? Let's call them what they really are, criminals, psychopaths, priviledged, spoiled, a fraud, delusional and everything else I can think of. Mental is definitely not one of them. It's an excuse they use because they can't think of anything else.
We all know that if it was our kind or another race out here committing the number of mass shootings they have, they would have been pass laws to fix or stop this. We would have been every name they could think of. This is where their privilege comes in.
Btw again, we've had two mass shootings in the last 24 hours. Most recent in Dayton, OH. They're not covering it the way they should but it's happened. Look it up.
That led to her death.
Moradeun was stabbed during a robbery at Gbagada. She was rejected by an hospital in Lagos ( Rjolad hospital ) because of the absence of a police report. She later died due to injury she sustained
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The damn Motorcycles too?!?! Close your eyes & imagine a motorcycle club. Do you see white men, with bandanas on their heads, in leather vests, with skull tattoos, a long beard, and a pot belly? .
American pop culture has conditioned us to believe that motorcycle culture is a “white” thing. In fact, American pop culture not only have us believing that black people don’t embrace motorcycle culture but also erases the influence black people had on motorcycle culture as a whole. Did you know that a black man named Mr. Benny Hardy was a motorcycle designer/builder based out of Los Angeles, who designed motorcycles for the 1969 film Easy Rider. Mr. Hardy worked with another black motorcycle builder, Cliff Vaughns and created the Captain America Bike, “considered one of the most iconic motorcycles ever built. .
Anways after World War II, many black soldiers who returned home rode motorcycles for an adrenaline rush, even though many dealers refused to sell bikes to minorities. The East Bay Dragons Motorcycle Club, an all-black Harley Davidson riding club, was formed in 1959 in Oakland, California. The East Bay Dragons had a close relationship with the Black Panther Party in the 1960s, attending rallies, speeches, and community events that supported the Black Power Movement. The black leather both groups wore often confused people, mistaking one group for the other. .
In 1959, The Chosen Few MotorcycleClub was formed in Los Angeles. Unlike the Dragons, the Chosen Few allowed other races to ride with them. Other Black Motor Cycle Clubs included: Fresco Rattlers, Defiant Ones, Choppers, and Soul Brothers. These Black Pioneers of motorcycling fought racism, discrimination, & prejudice to be able to participate in the “outlaw” biker lifestyle that seemed exclusive only to white people. In addition, these clubs promoted unity, community service, and social activism within black communities. Until this day we still have our fight club but more white clubs are known but it started with us.
To be Black is EVERYTHING honey✊We so dope that things have to be stolen from us. American Culture is Black Culture honey. The proof is in the history they try to hide.
Now you know!
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This had me tearing up. Just the words man... and that beautiful song that you heard in "The Best Man Holiday" is everything honey Nothing sexier than a man who can express himself and let a woman know how he truly feels. Them REAL tears, the spirituality, and professing his feelings, oh he love that woman honey! Black love is simply beautiful ❤
Don't come over here with any type of negativity because there's nothing negative to say here. I swear some people just really do the most man.
From @mercyiaspire - As we prepare for Christmas let’s not forget those who will not be able to afford a decent meal on that day, even decent clothes wear to church on that day and spare a token for them . .
Please donate ✅ Food Items (Rice , Oil, Tomato, Chicken, etc) .
✅ Gently used Clothes .
✅Cash donations (Amazing Amazon Dev & Emp Initiative
Account no is 0086943670
Diamond / Access Bank)
There would also be a free skills Acquisition Programme for the less privilege on that day so they can be empowered to be able to fend for themselves . So if you want to give of yourself to teach any skills too, you are most welcome . .
Let’s make this Christmas a merry one for all. It’s a season for giving ! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
I always show some of our Black Revolutionary men but feel like today I haven't shown enough of their beautiful Queens who were by their side through the good and bad times. It's a must we remember their names as well. .
Never forget Coretta Scott King, Betty Shabazz, Myrlie Evers, and Winnie Mandela along with many others who stood by their Kings in the face of White Supremacy and oppression. For if it wasn't for them the revolution may not have even been started. .
In the words of James Brown, "this is a mans but it would be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl!" 🎶 In other words, we need each other hence the reason I added the song to this post ✊🏿🙌🏿 .
Of course, clearly this is not all of our black leaders or revolutionaries but I still wanted to post just a few. There should be no horizontal issue at all.