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When we have our children and who we have our children with is not the problems in the Black communities. Whoever you are, whatever color you are, if you believe the Black community created its own problems, then you are part of the problem.
I'm a Black woman, and my family has people of all colors, and the families of those people of all colors have problems in their families of other colors. The root of all these peoples problems is the elephant in the room. For those who use the term "The Man", it is indeed the man. The big, fat, white elephant who seek to consume every dime every Black America can get a hold of. The elephant finds and creates good and services and markets at extremely high prices to those people who they talk about with disgust. Let me spell out the problem in Black communities. J o b s. The problem in Black communities is jobs. For as far back as I recall, people in my Black communities worked. Old people worked, young people worked, blind people worked, lame people worked, brainless people worked. When the elephant decided to end the working class Blacks was when the civil rights acts was passed. I do believe the elephant decided, OK, now that its a law that we can no longer drag you to death, enter your home and bed your wives, work you for our left overs, we'll find ways to subvert your civil rights.
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