Not еvеrуоnе can have ассеѕѕ tо our meanings or vаluаblеѕ in purchase of integrity sold with stratification. Mеаnіngfulnеѕѕ brіngѕ flаvоr tо lіfе. When thіngѕ are mеаnіngful to the community, thеу rеасh thе соrе оf our bеіng.
Should we find a difference between the number of “black” and “white” residents? Should a depressed part of town have a higher percentage of American citizens who are “black?” Should this same part of town have higher foreclosure rates when compared to other more affluent parts of town? It wouldn’t be unreasonable for these more affluent parts of town to be mostly “white,” would it?
Blacks are defined mostly by those who don’t look like us–but have the power to create a destiny for us which should be viewed as an unfair misrepresentation to anyone with the cognitive skills of people relations.
To deconstruct the misnomers in the American (United States) culture, in simple clarity, Sheen was thrown a life preserver, a smile and some forgiveness – for Sheen was a victim of his own lifestyle and he is a white male. The white-male patriarchal system of checks and balances passed on condemning Sheen. On the other hand, Cosby was thrown head-first to the concrete. What a difference a race makes.
R. Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983), an American architect, systems theorist, author, designer and inventor wrote, “To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
There’s some common sense that isn’t being used and whole lot of defiance.
The reason Black Lives Matter has a lot of eyes rolling is not because people don’t care about black people and don’t understand the problem with police.
Before I start blogging about what’s happening in the black community since the death of Jamar Clark, I need to educate you on my beliefs and philosophy on knowledge. This is an important lesson that…
“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”…
Honestly, no one cares about the average Black Minnesotan. They don’t care when there’s a shooting in our neighborhood either. Seems it’s more about economics. If your family has money, or you know someone in…