Re: Pharaoh’s sun
For a young African American child, the Church was where they could strut like peacocks in their Sunday’s Best or be praised for their own merits and talents (when used favorably for the Church). For grown folks the Church is … Continue reading Re: Pharaoh’s sun
One should never forfeit any parts of their identity to qualify for full transaction of citizenship.
The realm is too small and time on earth is too precious to be isolated on an island struggling.
African Americans were adding lightening to the thunder of a voice that was objecting to abjection.
Re: Black church
The benevolent yet persistent tactics of the Black church have effectively flexed on the system of White Supremacy in the United States. Symbolically, legally, and economically the church achieved palpable Civil Rights advancement both guilt free and hands cleans of … Continue reading Re: Black church
…Racially, Africans and those of African descent were least empowered in every field besides labor…A controlled work force is controlled economics.
Preservation is not new or foreign but inherent.
Re: Left alone and left to dream
African Americans were drawn to Paris, France because they could be themselves. Decades before and decades after Ms. Coleman and Ms. Smith’s arrivals and departures Black people of all walks of life found themselves yearning for the simple privilege of … Continue reading Re: Left alone and left to dream
Re: Documenting our truest narratives
By simplifying or yielding on the topics and issues of academic articles and expecting only minimalist effort of documented research, we forfeit the dignity of people on whose shoulders we stand on and willingly give up on documenting our truest narratives. … Continue reading Re: Documenting our truest narratives