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Angela22

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The world today is a much more violent and much more unforgiving place than it was when I grew up and I personally don't see it getting better anytime soon. So, Yes, I feel that there has to be a deeper sense of urgency esp. for Black folks.

Can't the same have been said for the generation that came before you? Don't you think the same sense of urgency applied to you then? Yet, you found your way out. Don't think others can't and won't just because it's not as quickly as you want.

There is really no room or time for continued complacency..

No disrespect, but have you set the timetable?

It's urgent, true and something has to change now, I believe, also. But it does come across like you since you found your footing you think it's okay to look down on the generations up and coming who have yet to find theirs.
 

MS234

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Can't the same have been said for the generation that came before you? Don't you think the same sense of urgency applied to you then? Yet, you found your way out. Don't think others can't and won't just because it's not as quickly as you want.



No disrespect, but have you set the timetable?

It's urgent, true and something has to change now, I believe, also. But it does come across like you since you found your footing you think it's okay to look down on the generations up and coming who have yet to find theirs.
Exactly.

It reminds me of someone wondering and asking someone with no legs or arms when are the gonna to get them self together and start playing the piano and football.

Shoot i got my "prosthetics", what's your problem?
 

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