As an African American Woman, I’ve been moved for more than 2 decades to speak about the things that I’ve witnessed that has impacted the Black man, his women, his children, and his community.
There has been a plot hatched from the first day a Black man set foot on American soil to enslave his body, control his mind, and destroy his spirit.
Looking at headlines over many years, I’ve just naturally come to the conclusion that the Black man is seen as the enemy and must be destroyed by any means necessary.
Is that so?
We’ve responded in many ways throughout the centuries, but I feel that the most effective way for Black men to conquer their enemies is to reclaim their African heritage–and re-learn the ways of our ancestors.
Once upon a time, Black men ruled the earth. Links: http://atlantablackstar.com/2013/12/07/10-african-kings-and-queens-whose-stories-must-be-told-on-film/
The names are many–some known, others hidden, but the fact is this: Black men were once mighty. Your history did not begin in slavery.
Many lives have been taken as some type of malevolent sacrifice to demons as an offering to maintain White Supremacy.
This can no longer be tolerated.
It is time for ALL BLACK MEN of this nation to re-dedicate yourselves to the knowledge of your forefathers and re-learn what has long been forgotten.
Reclaim you manhood and esteem your women and children.
Black women have always stood with their men. We are not your enemy. We are natural allies. Embrace that–and you will conquer your enemies for we are strong women, born to be equals with our male counterparts.
We have your backs, brothers.
And reclaim your dignity, your woman, your children, your people, and pride.