The world and its injustices are endless. And we are all responsible.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”
“I want to de-friend everyone.”
We need America to accept us as black people first, and then we should worry about gender.
No matter what we face, we are capable of far more than we realize. Mandela wrote, “The human body has an enormous capacity for adjusting to trying circumstances. I have found that one can bear the unbearable if one can keep one’s spirit strong even when one’s body is being tested.”
He was just doing his job.
We should be aware of and sensitive to racism in any way it might pop up because Miss Racism is a sneaky little thing.
I quickly realized he was relentless and my words likely would not change his attitude, but I responded anyway.
I’ve long stated that there is almost no difference between the far-left and the far-right.
Black Americans certainly feel there is an attitude of superiority that’s expressed by non-American Blacks, specifically, sub-Saharan Africans.