The joke is on Black people; all the time. Black America, discussing the Black version of the Little Mermaid, is a fascinating subject. Not because it is a subject about Mermaids, but because as much as white conservatives say why can’t things stay the way they were, Black people seem to think that mermaids were in fact originally white! Is it too far-fetch to understand why would a white person in America and or in Europe, want to whiten something that was black? Where is white power, white lives matter, and white pride when you need them?
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The term “Welfare Queen” is about a woman named Linda Taylor, if that is her real name. And yes, she was a con artist to the tenth degree. The interesting part about it is, where did she learn how to be several steps ahead of the police and the many detectives on her trail for several years? Her life is as ghostly as the welfare queen myth is.
Pamela Moses registered to vote thinking and under the knowledge that ALL VOTING agencies told her the truth, and That truth was that she could register to vote, period. But Amy said No!
It wasn’t given, Black People forced it! “Storytelling is very important because it is the architect of action steps.” Willie Morrow Abraham Lincoln did not free the enslaved. The enslaved freed themselves. For decades, historians have argued for the agency of Black Americans in securing their own liberation during the Civil War. But time and
Before the gunman shot down 10 Black people in Buffalo, New York, at a supermarket on Saturday afternoon, he had stated his intent: “kill as many Black people as possible.” He reportedly wrote these words in a 180-page screed published online before he carried out what investigators are calling a hate crime and a racist act of violent extremism.
April 28th 1967 ALI SAYS NO, I WON’T GO!
While thousands of workplaces and school dress codes hand down strict restrictions on locs and braids that are culturally akin to African descending human beings, would it be a stretch if we asked Justice Brown- Jackson to cut her locks before she sits on the bench?
San Diegan and Cultural Asset Ms. Patricia Bevelyn, is honored with the Key To The Movement.
Weaponizing a black woman’s hair, unfortunately, has been “A Go-To” for Black men comedians since “Jim Crow.” Black women’s hair, likeness, disposition, and image have given Black male comedians millions of laughs, but at what price? Maybe TRUST and honor?
“GAS ME UP San Diego” was it enough, maybe not, but it helped!