By: Everyday Jay
Something to Think About
This week's events are dangerously similar to past events that have happened over the last 60 years in the United States which raises a concerning question. Where's the equality? Some say that racism is getting worst but as Will Smith stated it's not getting worst it's just getting film!!!
I can't say for certain but I'm pretty sure that everyone that comes across this post will have seen some form of racism in real life or have dealt with it first hand which is one of the driving factors as to why this generation will not stand for the blatant disrespect our ancestors had to live with on a daily bases.
Rest in Power George Floyd and the countless others we've lost to police and gun violence. Below is a clip from "The Heritage of Slavery" featuring Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer and it's amazing how her statement is still relevant in 2020.
Wow. Still Corny? Really?
I get it Nick Cannon has played in some movies you don't like and made some music you don't love but one thing you can say about Nick Cannon is that he is for the culture and is always on the frontlines when it's go time.
This man has Lupus and he is standing with our people actively participating in a protest. Watch his latest thoughts via YouTube
Song of The Week
With everything that has happened in the month of May alone its only right that I bring out this old gem from Rich Boy. Watch it via YouTube
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Until Next Week
Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law. respect everyone, but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery. - Malcolm X
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