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Should Working and Educated Blacks Leave The Community

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Leon Edward Jones Jr

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The Black Community is Black America. Members of Black America are citizens of the United States of America. Also they are citizens of the states, counties, cities and municipalities in which they reside. The Black Community is a concept that goes far beyond the color of one's skin. It is the experience of being Black in the United States. The Black Community is a society whose culture is waiting to be re-defined. This definition or concept is not designed to ignore other Blacks in the Americas, but to evolve the strength and power of Blacks as citizens of the United States of America. Too often Blacks in the United States function as if they are not citizens. It is not easy for the Black America to empower itself when all the odds appear to be against the community. Many members of Black America find themselves being afraid to participate openly in the political and economic processes that might empower the Black Community. This fear has led many in Black America to believe that they must exhibit a racelessness persona in order to achieve vertical mobility in America. The Black Community must understand "Black America Political Action" and leadership if it is to be successful in meeting its needs for the future. If you like my videos, please share and subscribe to the 411 talk zone radio show on Youtube. Tune into the 411 talk zone radio show every Saturday from 6 pm to 8 pm on blog talk radio with host Leon Jones. Guest call in number is 215-383-5785

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