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Let’s not confuse loving respectable Blackness with loving Black people. Unless you care about the hoes, addicts, poor, loud, hood and/or uneducated Black folks like you do the college educated “successful” ones, don’t say you love Black people.

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Loving Black folks means that I understand that the behaviors of the hoe, the addict, and the poor, loud, hood and uneducated Black folk are NOT inherent to our Blackness but manifestations of oppression, bigotry, and racism. Ghetto behaviors are not positive, uplifting, empowering behaviors. That does not mean that the people who express them have no value or are an untouchable caste. Not at all. It means that they have been handicapped by a system that wants them to stay oppressed, ignorant, and stagnant. Loving Black people is wanting all Black people to have access to education and to be literate and articulate so that WE can ALL effectively dismantle racism. Education is not equivalent to whiteness or respectability just as ratchet behaviors are not equivalent to Blackness. We are ghetto not because we are genetically prone to malignant behaviors that are destructive but because we have been denied opportunity to advance ourselves, because we have been told repeatedly that we are sub-human. Unfortunately, the message has gotten confused and the dysfunctional, unhealthy behaviors of the ghetto, of the hoe and the hood rat, have been exalted as tied to our Blackness. So desperate are young people to feel validated that they have lowered the bar to the point it can’t get any lower. We don’t want to lift ourselves up, we don’t want to be educated or articulate because we associate those things with being white.

Being Black means excelling when there is no way, it means fighting and winning when the odds are stacked against us. Being Black means being better than white people at every possible turn. Not for their favor, not for some magical armor of protection that will deflect their police bullets but because greatness is our legacy, it’s in our blood, it’s in our DNA. Regrettably, most people think that the things that are the most detrimental aspects of our reality, the negative, unhealthy behaviors that they think are what define Blackness are what we should be fighting to defend.

It’s ironic that Millennials are going to be the ones who put Trump in office with all of their third-party votes yet they will be the ones most in danger, they will be the ones most disenfranchised, the thing that they claim to want so much to fight. 

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Imagine for a moment if large numbers of Black men were dressing up in costumes that obscured their faces, in cities all across the country, and threatening children, wielding machetes, and … Sorry, your moment is over.  The police, the National Guard, white militias, armed citizens, and neighborhood watchmen would be out patrolling and looking to shoot any and every Black person they saw before it got be any sort of epidemic. 

I am bewildered by this hysterical hatred of Hillary Clinton, as if she is the spawn of Satan.  I’m not a fan of hers because I’m a Socialist and I wanted Bernie Sanders to win the nomination because he’s a Socialist and I felt like he would truly implement policies that would truly benefit people of color in this nation.  That doesn’t mean I hate Hillary, it just means she’s not my first choice, not my second choice.  I would much prefer a candidate that is far more liberal.  She’s said and done things in the past that were bad, but EVERYONE has. That being said, that doesn’t mean I think she’s a demon.  It seems to me that her haters are made up of sexist, patriarchal, misogynist men and the completely uninformed masses are merely repeating this hysterical hatred because it’s the popular thing to do.  I get that men are terrified of a female president because they feel emasculated, they believe that women are supposed to be subservient to them because their white male God deemed it to be so.  Women hating Hillary makes absolutely no sense to me.  Consistently, the arguments against Hillary are delusional and unfounded but they seem to keep making headway.  

Hillary Clinton has been investigated eight times for her role in the four deaths in Benghazi, by REPUBLICANS, and they found every time that she was NOT AT FAULT.  More importantly, there were thirteen Embassy attacks prior to Benghazi and no one was ever investigated because of those deaths.  She’s been investigated for the damn emails until she can’t be investigated any more.  God damn! The woman didn’t send any classified emails on her personal server! Continually saying it won’t make it true.  Her server was not hacked.  She didn’t transmit top secret information to anyone.  And I’m not entirely convinced that all three Secretaries of State who have held the position since the internet and email became commonplace didn’t use private email servers for non-essential communication as well.  For whatever reason, a reason that is completely confusing to me, the two black Secretaries of State weren’t investigated and the one white one was.  Perhaps because they were both Republican.  I don’t know.  It doesn’t make sense to me at all.

Do I think Hillary Clinton is racist?  Yes, I do.  All white people are racist.  It’s part and parcel of the fallacy of white supremacy and it exists in all white people to varying degrees, some more extreme than others, but no white person is immune, even the most liberal ones.  I think she’s FAR less racist than the vast majority of white Americans and more importantly, I think she’s intelligent enough to have advisors around her who will be people of color who will educate her and she won’t do anything as President that will be outrageously detrimental to us as a people.  Donald Trump is a blatant racist and he will do everything in his power, dirty, underhanded, and illegal to make sure that the advances made during the Civil Rights for Blacks are destroyed.  But I don’t think Hillary Clinton is any more racist than Bill Clinton and Black people LOVED him.  You all called him the first Black President (which was offensive and stupid btw).  Black people did well under the Clinton administration.  I suspect that Hillary was essential in helping Bill make decisions so that would mean her presidency would mirror Bill’s.  Yet consistently, the masses HATE Hillary with a passion that exceeds anything I’ve seen before, even Barack Obama, which blows my mind.  

Here’s what I know.  Hillary Clinton is a Yale Law School graduate, a law firm partner, cofounder of the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, First Lady of Arkansas, First Lady of the United States, US Senator from New York, and US Secretary of State.   She is outrageously qualified to be the President of the United States.  People get their political opinions from social media.  They don’t research, they don’t read or investigate.  Hating her because it’s the popular thing to do, because it’s the popular opinion on Facebook and Twitter or Fox New is just insane however.  Even I’m not her biggest fan and I still think she would make a good president.  

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so donald has to bear the sins of his father? since trumps DAD was a KKK member that means donald also shares his views and people shouldn't vote for him based on false info that you're spreading? you're a liar and a thief and i don't trust you.

What false information did I spread?  That his father was a member of the KKK? Fact

That his both he and his father were indicted for discrimination in housing?  FACT

I’m not a liar, I’ve never stolen anything in my life (LOL, you idiot).  You’re a moron and a delusional racist.  Poof and be gone. 

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Didn't the democrats make the kkk though?

If you actually read, if you comprehended history, you would know that ideologically, the parties switched platforms after the 1900s and became what they are known as today during the 1930s.  That’s why not very intelligent people always claim that it was the Republican Party that freed the slaves when in actually, the liberal party during that time we re the Republicans.  The Democrats of the 18th century were the racists and the obstructionists whereas the Republicans are today.  The Republicans of the 1800s were the progressive, intelligent party that sought to build a stronger country with forward thinking ideas whereas the Democrats of today work to uphold that legacy.  And no, the Democrats didn’t make the KKK, it was  racist white men with little dicks who were terrified that Black men were going to fuck their white women.  Well, that’s just like today. 

As always, I provide links to information for you to educate yourself.  Well, you might not be able to grasp the information yourself but perhaps others will. 

Why did the Democratic and Republican Parties Switch Platforms?

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Trump is a piece of shit undoubtedly. But why do you have to spread misinfo?? That just makes trump supporters think the opposing are not reliable. You know, boy who cried wolf. Like really? Theres enough real dirt on him, why'd you have to make shit up for notes lmao

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I’ve since learned that the picture was photoshopped but the fact that his father was a member of the Klan and the links I posted as verification are very real.  Fred Trump was a Klan member.  What’s the point of staying woke if you don’t even read or investigate?  His father denied Blacks housing in NY.  It’s all on record. 

First of all, I didn’t create the image.  Second of all, I’m trying to save our lives.  If Trump gets elected, we will all be hashtags.  White militias and hate groups and the police will think it’s open season on Black folk.  Furthermore, the policies and laws he creates will be detrimental to Black people for decades.  NOTES?!?!  You think I’m trying to spread inform ation to educate people for some damn notes?  People don’t know history, don’t understand civics, and have no grasp of how politics works.  Give me a damn break. 

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I just heard Oprah say that our generation failed in passing on the knowledge of who we are as a people.  Truer words have never been said. We have failed in passing on the lessons of our greatness, our pain, our struggle, our survival, our identity outside of being ghetto.  Two generations now are lost.  They think that being Black means being the stereotype that had been portrayed on TV as blackness, manipulated and controlled by a white hand to insure that we don’t recognize our divinity or know the story of our unique history.

Agreed. My generation is so desperate and so lost. We are wildlings. But we also signify a change. Not all of us are perpetuating the stereotype. A lot of us recognize the white hand, our divinity, and our unique history. Beginning with THIS generation we will break this vicious cycle. We will tear it down and rebuild a world our people have died for.

OK, I’m reaching out to you to build bridges.  Help me figure out a way to teach what I know about our history to a generation who doesn’t think, who has not been taught to use logic or reason, who get their opinions from YouTube, who thinks being respectable means being white.  How do I get your generation to understand that being Black has absolutely nothing to do with wearing your pants halfway down your ass or being inarticulate?  How do I get your generation to understand that degrading yourself is not empowering? 

Respectfully, please stop with the assumptions and insults. That small demographic of our generation shouldn’t be the focus. The larger of us have followed in your footsteps and we’ve marched and petitioned, we’ve shown up to townhall meetings, we’ve made conscious decisions to stop the cycle but we are being ignored. We are not the generation that will march peacefully forever. Our counterparts have been waiting for generations for us to rise up out of revenge. We are on the brink of reacting out of rage. We are recognizing that our counterpart sees us as he always has;3/5 human. We are still property and we still hold no true value, to them. As they are demonstrating in every arena they have unconsequential power over us. We are reaching the end of this peaceful protest. We would love nothing more than to hear the knowledge you have. But I would also like knowledge on how to break this cycle not just for black people but for every person of color. What would be the best way to u nite people of color to fight a common enemy?

Respectfully, if that portion of your generation were so small, then it wouldn’t be an issue.  Your activists are still uninformed.  They are fighting the wrong fight.  You all are head strong and unwilling to learn.  You think you know it all and all you do is repeat dysfunctional rhetoric that will keep us as a people mentally enslaved.   You don’t have a conceptual knowledge of our history and our identity outside of the false narrative that has been given to you.   When I share my knowledge, I get called heinous names and I’m told to have two seats. 

I guess there is no reconciliation that can be made.  I’ll continue to teach and you’ll continue to assert that I’m being disrespectful. 

I didn’t say it wasn’t an issue, I said it shouldn’t be the focus. You said we are fighting the wrong fight, what do you think we should be doing instead? You said we are head strong and unwilling to learn; learn what exactly? What dysfunctional rhetoric are we repeating that will keep us as a people mentally enslaved?
I agree somewhat with your statement “you don’t have a conceptual knowledge of our history and identity outside of the false narrative that was given to us”, but again you are focusing on the wrong demographic and making assumptions about the rest. Those of us who are seeking a true narrative reach out to generations before us, who were there to desegregate schools, who were hosed down and attacked by dogs. Again whatever knowledge you want to share would be greatly appreciated, unfortunately by your statement of someone telling you to have several seats it’s clear you chose the wrong audience.

I didn’t “choose” my audience.  My audience is the young men and women who follow me.   They chose me, I didn’t choose them.  And it is they who react violently when I try to teach them. 

A PERFECT example of how your generation is unwilling to learn is the use of Black American English as it pertains to blackness.  Your generation is convinced beyond the shadow of a doubt that not using the grammatical rules that govern speaking English is somehow tied to our blackness.  You are all convinced that speaking proper English makes you a sell out, less black, you’ve been convinced that ghetto vernacular is part of what makes us Black.  You all are convinced that anyone who asks you to speak proper English is asking you to be respectable and you all insist that being respectable means conforming to whiteness.  Where did you get this idea? Someone said that being respectable means adhering to white standards and you all have taken it and run with it without even contemplating that being respectable means carrying yourself with dignity for yourself, not for approval, not for acceptance, but because you believe in your soul that you are royalty.  Nope, you equate blackness to unhealthy and dysfunctional behaviors and that’s that. 

Not knowing how to communicate effectively is not inherent to our Blackness.  Being able to speak correct English, and communicate in more than 140 characters, doesn’t have shit to do with our African ancestry or legacy.  The only reason, hear me clearly, the ONLY reason Black people don’t know who to spell, read, write, or speak correct English is because the white power structure has done their god damn best to keep us under and mis-educated.  It’s not because we have some genetic connection to the Gullah people, it’s not because being barely literate is part of our identity as Black people.  If we as a people were to rise up and challenge the fallacy of white supremacy with grammatically correct, spell checked, properly punctuated efficiency, it wouldn’t make us white at all.  There is nothing wrong with using the TOOL of communication properly. 

But, you all have been convinced that being barely literate is a measure of what it means to be black and there is nothing on heaven or earth that will convince you otherwise.  If every person in the hood, if every Black person read Fanon, Dubois, Asante, Diop, and Akbar, et al. and could recite them, and could form their own theories and thought processes, that would lead to our liberation.  Instead, you all insist that being articulate is the equivalent of being white.  Being a fucking genius when white people want to keep education from you is inherent to our Blackness, being able to think and reason and grasp concepts that white people can’t even understand is inherent to our blackness, not being barely literate.  They want us to remain stupid and inarticulate and you all feed into it by reacting viole ntly when anyone of my generation suggests that to excel academically is the key to our liberation. 

Regrettably, you’ve been undereducated so you think that you know it all when the system has purposefully left you intellectually handicapped.  What you learn in 12 years of schooling and even in college is not equivalent to what I learned in middle school.  That’s not an insult, it’s an accurate assessment of the issues we face going forward as a people that need to be addressed.  That’s just one tiny example of where you are misguided in your goals.  One of a thousand. 

If your audience reacts violently it could be your delivery, tone, or choice of words. Myself and plenty of people I know communicate efficiently both written and verbal. Not everyone shares these views about language. You continue to speak about bad experiences with my generation. If you continue to have issues with your audience you may need to change your platform. You asked how can you build a bridge with my generation but won’t let go of a few bad experiences. You have to let go of the harbor if you want to swim in the lake.

Not everyone in my generation uses bad English, has sagging pants, and surfs youtube to “stay woke”. If your generation had passed on this information you reverently speak of, things would be a lot different. We’d have the proper tools and would be better prepared to pick up where you left off. Since we are making general assumptions about generations let’s just say if you guys weren’t strung out on crack and blaming “the man” for all your problems, we’d be better suited. If you guys weren’t fighting on behalf of the white woman so she could gain equal rights, we’d be better suited. If black men stayed home and raised their family the single black female wouldn’t have to send her child to a school that taught her children that black history begins with slavery in America.

Yes we’ve been undereducated for centuries. But you guys continue to send us to school systems that perpetuate lies. At what point did any of you step up and say anything about the lies taught in school. Where was all of your knowledge then? I am tired of being lied to, shot at, pushed around and looked over. My generation is fighting for freedom both mentally and physically. We are using every resource ava ilable to us and continue to have bodies pile at our feet. So telling me the way to win the war is through proper English isn’t the example you should have chosen. The aforementioned authors spoke with some of the most beautiful rhetoric and vernacular yet here we stand still oppressed. Proper English has gotten the generations before us liberty, but I want Freedom.

Or maybe it’s not my tone, maybe it’s a generation who thinks they know it all and don’t want to listen or learn and who get defensive without considering that others might know more than you.  I speak in Black vernacular and correct English and I’m super Black.  Your generation are not effective communicators.  But that’s okay.  You clearly think you know more than I do.  I survived TWO bombings by the KKK.  I am the child of someone who put their life on the line during the Civil Rights era.  I bust my ass, I sacrifice, I do everyth ing in my power to educate your generation, the one you said was desperate and lost.  But apparently you guys are not as bad as I suggest. 

Wish you the best with your revolution. 

Clearly this entire conversation is lost on you. You continue with these claims and accusations. Good luck as an educator. I never claimed to know more than you, I on more than one occasion invited you to share the knowledge you may have. Have a nice day.

I did share my knowledge.  I do share my knowledge.  YOU didn’t want to listen. Can’t teach people intent on insisting that anything that doesn’t fit with their uniformed narrative is wrong.  

I’d rather not go in circles with you. I hope our next exchange will be pleasant. Please enjoy your evening.

In a perfect, color-doesn’t-matter world, everyone is the same, everyone is equally handicapped by the monster of complacency that has let our children down, and the problem of miseducation is one of equal injustice.  In the REAL world, black neighborhoods get less funding, less qualified teachers, have lower standards.  For every four public schools where Black children are warehoused like cattle and whose curricula is made up of various gym and dance classes there is a private school too expensive for them to attend where white kids are learning physics and trigonometry.  In the real world, white teachers have biases and prejudices where they believe Black kids are less deserving of a quality education, compassion, and where they don’t have a clue as how to relate to children of color and could care less or respect that they have different experiences that require a more inclusive approach to teaching.  In the real world, Black and white teachers alike see dark skinned children as having less value and worth than light skinned children.  In the very real, racist world, Black children are expected to be stupid.  Our Black scholars and academics don’t come from the hood, not anymore.  Whereas in days gone by Black people could excel in a Black school system, today, those of us who excel are educated in a school system where we are the minority.  

I’m in shock at how many black people are minimizing the efforts that Rosa Parks made.  I’m sickened by it really.  My grandparents were civil rights activists; they put their lives on the line to fight for the rights of Black people.  They didn’t get the cameras in their faces and the national press but they were heroes nonetheless.  I understand all too well the dangers that the people that endured the dangers of that time had to go through.  My mother and my two uncles desegregated their high school, junior high and elementary schools, respectively.  They were the ONLY black children to go to white schools and endure abuses and tortures that were never reported.  My grandfather desegregated the eating establishments on Interstate 95 from Delaware to DC and he had guns pulled on him, and he was threatened to be lynched on a daily basis.  Our home, the home I lived in, was bombed in 1968 with 13 sticks of dynamite.  My grandparents are personally responsible for 1000s of black people getting jobs with fair wages so that they could provide for their families.

 That being said, I’m appalled at the number of Black people that are now willing to minimize the contributions of Rosa Parks.  "She wasn’t all that … she wasn’t the only one … other people did more than she did … I’m not going to give her credit when all she was was a media sweetheart … they chose her"  GOD DAMN.  The woman put her life on the line to save your black ass.  She was a hero in any definition of the word you want to look at it. Her acts of heroism aren’t diminished because other people didn’t get media coverage and no, she wasn’t the only one, but she’s symbolic of thousands that stood, that marched, that fought, that bled, that died.  The arrogance of this generation of black people that are making light of her contributions galls me to no end.  

 What have you done to better the lives of Black people?  When’s the last time you put your life on the line to help the community?  How many death threats have you gotten for your civic efforts?  Yeah, Rosa Parks got media coverage when others did not but I can assure you she got more death threats, she got more guns pulled on her, she was harassed FAR more than the people that did not.  She carried herself with dignity and grace every step of the way.  It’s disgraceful to disrespect her with these calloused and uninformed comments.  If you haven’t walked a mile in her shoes, then shut the fuck up. 

My grandmother, a sweet peaceful seamstress just like Rosa Parks, would have been outraged by these comments from young Black people that have NEVER had to experience anything close to what her generation had to endure.  I remember her anger when someone suggested that Emmitt Till’s mother was just a media whore and she was taking advantage of her son’s death to get in the papers. 

She said, “We were all putting our lives on the line, no one’s struggle is less or more because they were in the newspaper.”  

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I just heard Oprah say that our generation failed in passing on the knowledge of who we are as a people.  Truer words have never been said. We have failed in passing on the lessons of our greatness, our pain, our struggle, our survival, our identity outside of being ghetto.  Two generations now are lost.  They think that being Black means being the stereotype that had been portrayed on TV as blackness, manipulated and controlled by a white hand to insure that we don’t recognize our divinity or know the story of our unique history.

Agreed. My generation is so desperate and so lost. We are wildlings. But we also signify a change. Not all of us are perpetuating the stereotype. A lot of us recognize the white hand, our divinity, and our unique history. Beginning with THIS generation we will break this vicious cycle. We will tear it down and rebuild a world our people have died for.

OK, I’m reaching out to you to build bridges.  Help me figure out a way to teach what I know about our history to a generation who doesn’t think, who has not been taught to use logic or reason, who get their opinions from YouTube, who thinks being respectable means being white.  How do I get your generation to understand that being Black has absolutely nothing to do with wearing your pants halfway down your ass or being inarticulate?  How do I get your generation to understand that degrading yourself is not empowering? 

Respectfully, please stop with the assumptions and insults. That small demographic of our generation shouldn’t be the focus. The larger of us have followed in your footsteps and we’ve marched and petitioned, we’ve shown up to townhall meetings, we’ve made conscious decisions to stop the cycle but we are being ignored. We are not the generation that will march peacefully forever. Our counterparts have been waiting for generations for us to rise up out of revenge. We are on the brink of reacting out of rage. We are recognizing that our counterpart sees us as he always has;3/5 human. We are still property and we still hold no true value, to them. As they are demonstrating in every arena they have unconsequential power over us. We are reaching the end of this peaceful protest. We would love nothing more than to hear the knowledge you have. But I would also like knowledge on how to break this cycle not just for black people but for every person of color. What would be the best way to u nite people of color to fight a common enemy?

Respectfully, if that portion of your generation were so small, then it wouldn’t be an issue.  Your activists are still uninformed.  They are fighting the wrong fight.  You all are head strong and unwilling to learn.  You think you know it all and all you do is repeat dysfunctional rhetoric that will keep us as a people mentally enslaved.   You don’t have a conceptual knowledge of our history and our identity outside of the false narrative that has been given to you.   When I share my knowledge, I get called heinous names and I’m told to have two seats. 

I guess there is no reconciliation that can be made.  I’ll continue to teach and you’ll continue to assert that I’m being disrespectful. 

I didn’t say it wasn’t an issue, I said it shouldn’t be the focus. You said we are fighting the wrong fight, what do you think we should be doing instead? You said we are head strong and unwilling to learn; learn what exactly? What dysfunctional rhetoric are we repeating that will keep us as a people mentally enslaved?
I agree somewhat with your statement “you don’t have a conceptual knowledge of our history and identity outside of the false narrative that was given to us”, but again you are focusing on the wrong demographic and making assumptions about the rest. Those of us who are seeking a true narrative reach out to generations before us, who were there to desegregate schools, who were hosed down and attacked by dogs. Again whatever knowledge you want to share would be greatly appreciated, unfortunately by your statement of someone telling you to have several seats it’s clear you chose the wrong audience.

I didn’t “choose” my audience.  My audience is the young men and women who follow me.   They chose me, I didn’t choose them.  And it is they who react violently when I try to teach them. 

A PERFECT example of how your generation is unwilling to learn is the use of Black American English as it pertains to blackness.  Your generation is convinced beyond the shadow of a doubt that not using the grammatical rules that govern speaking English is somehow tied to our blackness.  You are all convinced that speaking proper English makes you a sell out, less black, you’ve been convinced that ghetto vernacular is part of what makes us Black.  You all are convinced that anyone who asks you to speak proper English is asking you to be respectable and you all insist that being respectable means conforming to whiteness.  Where did you get this idea? Someone said that being respectable means adhering to white standards and you all have taken it and run with it without even contemplating that being respectable means carrying yourself with dignity for yourself, not for approval, not for acceptance, but because you believe in your soul that you are royalty.  Nope, you equate blackness to unhealthy and dysfunctional behaviors and that’s that. 

Not knowing how to communicate effectively is not inherent to our Blackness.  Being able to speak correct English, and communicate in more than 140 characters, doesn’t have shit to do with our African ancestry or legacy.  The only reason, hear me clearly, the ONLY reason Black people don’t know who to spell, read, write, or speak correct English is because the white power structure has done their god damn best to keep us under and mis-educated.  It’s not because we have some genetic connection to the Gullah people, it’s not because being barely literate is part of our identity as Black people.  If we as a people were to rise up and challenge the fallacy of white supremacy with grammatically correct, spell checked, properly punctuated efficiency, it wouldn’t make us white at all.  There is nothing wrong with using the TOOL of communication properly. 

But, you all have been convinced that being barely literate is a measure of what it means to be black and there is nothing on heaven or earth that will convince you otherwise.  If every person in the hood, if every Black person read Fanon, Dubois, Asante, Diop, and Akbar, et al. and could recite them, and could form their own theories and thought processes, that would lead to our liberation.  Instead, you all insist that being articulate is the equivalent of being white.  Being a fucking genius when white people want to keep education from you is inherent to our Blackness, being able to think and reason and grasp concepts that white people can’t even understand is inherent to our blackness, not being barely literate.  They want us to remain stupid and inarticulate and you all feed into it by reacting viole ntly when anyone of my generation suggests that to excel academically is the key to our liberation. 

Regrettably, you’ve been undereducated so you think that you know it all when the system has purposefully left you intellectually handicapped.  What you learn in 12 years of schooling and even in college is not equivalent to what I learned in middle school.  That’s not an insult, it’s an accurate assessment of the issues we face going forward as a people that need to be addressed.  That’s just one tiny example of where you are misguided in your goals.  One of a thousand. 

If your audience reacts violently it could be your delivery, tone, or choice of words. Myself and plenty of people I know communicate efficiently both written and verbal. Not everyone shares these views about language. You continue to speak about bad experiences with my generation. If you continue to have issues with your audience you may need to change your platform. You asked how can you build a bridge with my generation but won’t let go of a few bad experiences. You have to let go of the harbor if you want to swim in the lake.

Not everyone in my generation uses bad English, has sagging pants, and surfs youtube to “stay woke”. If your generation had passed on this information you reverently speak of, things would be a lot different. We’d have the proper tools and would be better prepared to pick up where you left off. Since we are making general assumptions about generations let’s just say if you guys weren’t strung out on crack and blaming “the man” for all your problems, we’d be better suited. If you guys weren’t fighting on behalf of the white woman so she could gain equal rights, we’d be better suited. If black men stayed home and raised their family the single black female wouldn’t have to send her child to a school that taught her children that black history begins with slavery in America.

Yes we’ve been undereducated for centuries. But you guys continue to send us to school systems that perpetuate lies. At what point did any of you step up and say anything about the lies taught in school. Where was all of your knowledge then? I am tired of being lied to, shot at, pushed around and looked over. My generation is fighting for freedom both mentally and physically. We are using every resource ava ilable to us and continue to have bodies pile at our feet. So telling me the way to win the war is through proper English isn’t the example you should have chosen. The aforementioned authors spoke with some of the most beautiful rhetoric and vernacular yet here we stand still oppressed. Proper English has gotten the generations before us liberty, but I want Freedom.

Or maybe it’s not my tone, maybe it’s a generation who thinks they know it all and don’t want to listen or learn and who get defensive without considering that others might know more than you.  I speak in Black vernacular and correct English and I’m super Black.  Your generation are not effective communicators.  But that’s okay.  You clearly think you know more than I do.  I survived TWO bombings by the KKK.  I am the child of someone who put their life on the line during the Civil Rights era.  I bust my ass, I sacrifice, I do everyth ing in my power to educate your generation, the one you said was desperate and lost.  But apparently you guys are not as bad as I suggest. 

Wish you the best with your revolution. 

Clearly this entire conversation is lost on you. You continue with these claims and accusations. Good luck as an educator. I never claimed to know more than you, I on more than one occasion invited you to share the knowledge you may have. Have a nice day.

I did share my knowledge.  I do share my knowledge.  YOU didn’t want to listen. Can’t teach people intent on insisting that anything that doesn’t fit with their uniformed narrative is wrong.  

I’d rather not go in circles with you. I hope our next exchange will be pleasant. Please enjoy your evening.

In a perfect, color-doesn’t-matter world, everyone is the same, everyone is equally handicapped by the monster of complacency that has let our children down, and the problem of miseducation is one of equal injustice.  In the REAL world, black neighborhoods get less funding, less qualified teachers, have lower standards.  For every four public schools where Black children are warehoused like cattle and whose curricula is made up of various gym and dance classes there is a private school too expensive for them to attend where white kids are learning physics and trigonometry.  In the real world, white teachers have biases and prejudices where they believe Black kids are less deserving of a quality education, compassion, and where they don’t have a clue as how to relate to children of color and could care less or respect that they have different experiences that require a more inclusive approach to teaching.  In the real world, Black and white teachers alike see dark skinned children as having less value and worth than light skinned children.  In the very real, racist world, Black children are expected to be stupid.  Our Black scholars and academics don’t come from the hood, not anymore.  Whereas in days gone by Black people could excel in a Black school system, today, those of us who excel are educated in a school system where we are the minority.  

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