Tolerance is so important – Be Kind

https://www.instagram.com/tv/B9UP-ZEINMa/?igshid=15lzuxcgxebbr

We are dealing with basic human kindness here, so letโ€™s learn a little tolerance, tone the anger and superiority down please๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ˜‰

Perpetrator
Superman
Kudos to our bus driver
Oh well ๐Ÿ˜•๐Ÿฅด๐Ÿค•๐Ÿคจ

Stay in touch – small gestures

Make sure you reach out to all the people in your life and see how they are doing.

You donโ€™t have to do a person to person. A phone call will suffice and shows you care, especially in these days of mass hysteria.

Senior relations may need rations so enquire without making them feel like they are a bother.

The infirmed May be locked in and unable to receive optimal care so check in.

Relevant Message – Black Community

Black Manโ€™s message to America 1960โ€™s

Very powerful message.A must see if you want to

Understand some of the injustices black America snd the rest of the African diaspora suffers through.

We do not need handouts, weโ€™ve never asked for handouts. Letโ€™s begin by treating each other as equals, and giving us whatโ€™s due to us first in the form of reparations. Every other ethnic group had gotten theirs EXCEPT the black man.

Why is that? That is the question! Do you have any idea? I would love to hear your perspectives.

Black History – East St. Louis, MO 1917

When you look at the damage inflicted on black America via media, politics, one should begin to have a clearer understanding why we are so adamant about doing our own thing. Every single attempt to integrate, normalize or be like every one else is met by violence. See for yourself :

These images clearly show black southern migrants being burnt, tortured, beaten and chased out of their homes. Why?? Fear blacks were taking too many jobs and in effect disenfranchising the white, planted population. Sad as this is, it is a historical black spot we should all remember.

The above video details all the pictures by EJI or Equal Justice Initiative.