JESSICA, JESSICa, JESSIca, JESSica, JESsica, JEssica, Jessica, jessica……

Here listening to KSDK this morning and I heard a WHITE woman say these words about a BLACK WOMAN; STRONG, BLACK, CONSERVATIVE about her views concerning the LGBTQ community and I began to reflect on 45 literally mocking a differently abled reporter/journalist and was said HE HAD A RIGHT AND THEY FOUND IT FUNNY that he exhibited those toddler like ways and mannerisms.

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/trump-slammed-for-mocking-disabled-reporter/

 

Now, as I know already THEY WILL LIMIT HER, AND THROW HER UNDER THE BUS when they are done using her BLACKFACE as “diversity” sharing their white views.

She is Rockwood, a suburban school district school board member and WHITE WOMEN love her and her position and audacity to be and show it.

They love to flaunt what’s a taxpayer funded event, activity or thing for damn sure as to say just because WE ALL PAY TAXES; THEY GET TO DICTATEE WHERE THERES GO AND WHAT ONE GETS TO DO WITH THIERS.

I learned so much about “taxpayer” funded public this and that under the Obama Administration it wasn’t funny. All of our tax dollars goes towards politics, this is why they set it up that way for those grifters.

They can monitor BLACKS with a small tooth comb about their taxpayer funded activities but theirs are able to do, go and say however they feel because that has been since the beginning of time.

When it comes to BLACK leadership or misleadership; they have a different set of standards and expectations.

These religious positions have been so demoralizing, racist, abusive, oppressive and immoral why are we still upholding them?

For this African American and I hear the word indoctrination; this is the beginning of us or our introduction to education; INDOCTRINATION because the moment we enter school, we are erased, omitted, excluded, erased, deleted and hidden.

When it comes to politicizing a non political roles, THAT IS A TRUE EXAMPLE OF BLACK LIVES MATTER; right?

White ways of speaking

White ways of looking

White ways of believing

White ways of acting

White ways of behaving

White ways of existing has always been the agenda so that White folks can remain in control and powerful, right?

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America since its inception has deliberately, intentionally, knowingly, willfully, and purposefully wielded environments that is tailored to their greed, inferiority, and racist views, beliefs and systems.

This BLACK WOMAN’S words have a “harmful” impact on the educational attainment of their students and their families. It is also said to be hate speech

But if memory serves me correctly BLACK audible and inaudible hate speech has been understood ever since 1500’s.

But, allow me to travel back to 2013 when Normandy students wanted a safer, more up to date and progressive “supposedly” safe education.

Didn’t those parents and community use a plethora of hate speech and the biggest and loudest was through LEGISLATION that said, NO and the ones who “got to the golden schools” were sent back home of which convey their NEED for BLACK CONFIDENCE, EXCELLENCE, BRILLIANCE, STRENGTH AND INTELLECT to be stripped, stolen, rejected and unbelieved.

In the words of three of our Black scholars and ancestors the late James Baldwin and Coretta Scott King……..

James Baldwin said in his speech The Talk to Teachers, I paraphrased it, “MY goal and duty as a BLACK educator is to get you to understand, believe, know and embody this truth; YOU are not bad, dangerous, mean, evil, or criminals. America is towards you. America wield your oppression, lack, poverty, PTSD, trauma, hurt, harm and danger in hopes of eradicating you because now it has no use for you but really it does.”

Coretta Scott King said, “I must remind you that starving a child is violence. Suppressing a culture is violence. Neglecting school children is violence. Punishing a mother and her family is violence. Discrimination against a working man is violence. Ghetto housing is violence. Ignoring medical need is violence. Contempt for poverty is violence.”

Nelson Mandela, ” Is Poverty Man-Made? Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings.”