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I am a BLACK WOMAN 👸🏾
I build and I don't tear down other BLACK WOMEN👸🏾I have felt the pain of being torn down and I have decided I will be deliberate about building other BLACK WOMEN👸🏾 up! Letting BLACK WOMEN know that they are loved and appreciated in a world that doesn’t show much appreciation to them or see them as nothing important. #queens 👸🏽
If I didn't tag you, please don't be offended. I tried to pick people I thought would do this challenge!!
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Üstünden ne kadar süre geçti ne alaka bir de haketmiş diyen salaklar var yaptığı doğru değil ama 3 yıl hapis nedir azcık empati yapın (TEKRAR SÖYLÜYORUM YAPTIĞI DOĞRU DEĞİL)
A lil message to the Opponent of worldwide black Revolution
We are BLACK WOMEN .... we build.
We do not tear down other black women. We have felt the pain of being torn down by others and we have decided we will be deliberate about building others. All too often, we WOMEN find it easier to criticize each other instead of building each other up. With all the negativity going around, let’s do something positive. Let’s build ourselves up instead of tearing ourselves down.
Upload a picture of yourself
Tag as many sisters (MOTHERS) to do the same
Don’t disappoint if i tagged you
This should continue to be what we do even when everything dies down. There’s so many black women who still don’t see how beautiful and powerful they are and can be. Keep this energy up. Keep building in more ways than one.
Let’s see if we can actually feel the narrative change about ourselves.
You are loved and even if I didn’t tag you, I love and support you🖤🌸 Let more ppl know
The government is still investigating the brutal slaying of Emmett Till, a black teenager whose death helped spur the civil rights movement more than 60 years ago.
Till, who was from Chicago, was abducted and beaten to death hours after he whistled at a white woman while visiting Mississippi. His body was found in a river days later.
The investigation, closed in 2007, was reopened after a book published two years ago indicated a key witness had lied.
A cousin who was with Till the night he was abducted said he was encouraged that the case is still under review but anxious for a resolution. "We want them to go ahead and do something," said the Rev. Wheeler Parker, 80. "What is the holdup?" The Justice Department refused comment in emails sent in.
The department has closed its investigations into six other apparently racially motivated killings dating from 1940 to 1973 because authorities have been unable to make any headway in them, according to the report, which was posted to a Justice Department website with no announcement. In each case, suspects or witnesses died or the law prohibited charges against people who had already been tried and acquitted.
The government's report is required under a law named for Till, whose slaying incensed the nation and has been credited with helping build support for civil rights.
Till was abducted from a relatives' home after whistling at a white woman, Carolyn Bryant Donham, at a country store in Money, Mississippi.
Carolyn Bryant's then-husband Roy Bryant after the incident in the store, Bryant's husband Roy and his half-brother J.W. Milam were armed when they went to Till's great-uncle's house and abducted the boy. They took him away and beat and mutilated him before shooting him in the head and sinking his body in the Tallahatchie River. #learnyourhistory#REVOLUTIONISCOMING#blacklivesmatter#justiceforgeorgefloyd#boycottamerikkka#blackwealthmatters#july72020#blackmen#blackexcellence#blackwealthmatters#Justicefordaquanjones#Justicefortam#justiceforemmetttill#justicefordanyejones#justicefortrayvonmartin#JusticeForOurSons#justiceforericgarner#Kings#Queens#enoughisenough
We are BLACK WOMEN!..... We build .... We don’t tear down other BLACK WOMEN! .... We have felt the pain of being torn down and we have decided we will be deliberate about building others! If I didn’t tag you, please don’t be offended. I tried to pick people I thought would do this challenge!! All to often, we WOMEN find it easier to criticize each other, instead of building each other up. With all the negativity going around let’s do something positive!!🌟 Upload 1 picture of yourself...Only you. Then tag as many brothers to do the same. Let’s build ourselves up, instead of tearing ourselves down. 💖COPY AND PASTE 💖
If I tagged you, don’t disappoint me!!
Namaste Pray Believe Breathe. All life matters, the small little bitty ones and the gigantic ones. The mixture of causes and effects within the last few weeks sure makes you think, at least I would hope so. Be safe and have a great weekend. This is a photograph of a mural in Long Island City, Queens.
Ok daftie, wee mini history lesson - almost all of Europe was Catholic at that time, all the King's and Queens and 95%+ of the people. That is like accusing people with two ears and one nose of being particularly culpable for slavery. PS stop kidding on you care about racism.
I love being a BLACK WOMAN. I am one of kind, my strength, intellect, personality, culture, my skin & history make me who I am. I will never not be proud of that! S/o to these other Black Queens 👸🏽👸🏾👸🏿 & remind them that WE MATTER!
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