"we’re looking forward to helping Americans understand the contributions of African Americans to the rich tapestry of our culture."
Given the massive guilt trip that has been placed on Black people, as victims we have been brainwashed to believe that the oppression that we’ve experience in this country is our fault. Therefore, when we begin to “think” for ourselves with some level of independence, there are some who will get nervous – their fears of not getting approval from their rulers (White majority leaders) will cause them serious concerns and threaten their participation. Some will spin the Black race first narrative as anti-white but nothing could be further from the truth. You tell me what group in the world doesn’t practice the “group” first approach and, in fact, those who do it the best are the most successful as a group.» Read More
Councilman Kenyatta Johnson’s Community Day August 27th, Point Breeze Ave & 22nd Street, 12 noon – 8pm.