Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Kamau47, Dec 3, 2014.
this is a wake up call. we got some work to do.
Yea, and it should start by undoing the hypnotic fascination we with whites.
i ma sorry for what has happened but on the plus side i think/hope it has opened a few peoples eyes......
I think it has more shown just how many of us are really brainwashed. I have seen way more support for the cops from blacks that I would have thought.
The thing is to keep the energy going. I like the fact that the young is in this fight also, it seems recent events have given many of us something to focus on. We don't have many demonstrations, but I try and make it to the ones we do have.
I was at this one..
Marchers hit the streets in Seattle to protest Ferguson ruling
Protesters arrived at the U.S. District Courthouse in downtown Seattle at 1:15 p.m. chanting, “No justice, no peace. No racist police ”
Many were high-school students, like David Morgan, 16, a junior at Garfield High School. Morgan said he was there “just to support all the black people in the past who have been wronged by police,” joining a crowd chanting “Black lives matter, black lives matter!”
“We are out here to support Mike Brown’s family and show our support to African Americans all around,” said senior Alyssa King, 17, president of the Garfield High School Black Student Union, which organized the student march. “It’s a peaceful protest because there’s been enough violence in the lives that have been taken.”
It felt good to see these young bruthas and sistas, along with the older generation come together like this.
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