Why do we continually choose to use white people as a barometer for what people should or Shouldn’t do? If Muslims want to apologise for people who claim to kill and murder in the name of their belief system and culture then let them. Why are you so concerned with what white people are doing, are they your masters,do you live by their example?
Shogo Kubo R.I.P
An interesting discussion on Black Atheists. For many the very idea of a Black Atheist is to outrageous to comprehend, it’s seems unusual that the very idea of independent thought amongst Black people regarding their religious beliefs and choices are too frightening for many Black people to accept without condemning them for their choice.
We all have choices, if we can see it or not, as a race, a Human Race it would be good if our choices were repeated without ridicule.
I don’t particularly agree with everything she says but I find that her point of view is unusually rare which motivates me to listen to what she hast to say
Nobody can cross it
A Jamaican song
Brill’yant,A’ muss watch,truss
Run Shaker Life- Paul Nichols
Originally by Richie Havens and also a great cover by the voices of East Harlem
I’m in the boogie down At the moment
Coffy Is The Color
by Roy Ayers
1973 Coffy (OST)
This tune is part of my DJ setPlayed 218 times.
Michael Brown’s dad before the burial.
The emotion and all of the sweat…. shit is hard to look at, even if its only a picture
Pain is real, it’s not like a rap video or Hollywood film
African American proverb (via blackproverbs)
Wasn’t it master P that said this?