Queen goddess Fannie Lou Hamer: Woman of Courage

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    Fannie Lou Hamer, known as the lady who was "sick and tired of being sick and tired," was born October 6, 1917, in Montgomery County, Mississippi. She was the granddaughter of slaves. Her family were sharecroppers - a position not that different from slavery. Hamer had 19 brothers and sisters. She was the youngest of the children
    http://www.howard.edu/library/Reference/Guides/Hamer/default.htm

    Fannie Lou Hammer
    Testimony Before the Credentials Committee, DNConvention

    I was carried out of that cell into another cell where they had two Negro prisoners. The State Highway Patrolmen ordered the first Negro to take the blackjack. The first Negro prisoner ordered me, by orders from the State Highway Patrolman, for me to lay down on a bunk bed on my face. And I laid on my face, the first Negro began to beat me. http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/fannielouhamercredentialscommittee.htm


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    I speak to the Womb-Genders (females).

    Where is the Spirit of Queen goddess Fannie Lou Hammer: Woman of Courage, and other like minds, in the Black Womb-genders (females) today?

    There is another weapon more powerful and is a Prison/Jail within the Black WG's, that holds us hostage/bondage, and that is the A word Artificiality within and on the outside of the WG's.

    Do the Black WG's have an addiction/Fetish, enjoying watching herself dying, the black children, and the Black males running further and further away from the black family?

    Are We fearful of our own SHADOW?

    Old saying: A WG's work is never done.
    We as black WG's Must (Action) word, work on our selves first in order for Harmony, Order, Balance to once again be Our Daily Bread.

    Lets discuss Us, WG's, so WE, can collectively Knit OUR Black Kingdom back together again.

    Where is that Divine Power in the WG's eyes that can light a fire under water?

    :SuN030: :SuN030: :SuN030:
     
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