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Cmptrwhiz Whiz, a Facebook associate with whom I have been working on the Abstain Until campaign to end the terrorism of black people by white enforcement officials said the following recently on one of his status updates: "The more I sit back and read, the more I see the 'web'... We [ are so very limited in our topics and interests that in my observation, it goes to show how encapsulated we have been kept. Constant elevation causes expansion. We must elevate folks!"
The hosts agrees and does not except herself from that exhortation. To that end, and because this is a crucial date of business involving LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, black males who have made a stand to tilt the chess board toward justice, this will be a broadcast of the third TED talk the host finds particularly intriguing. Author Neely Fuller often exhorts victims of the global system of white supremacy (racism) to learn as much as we can about everything because of the interrelatedness of all things. In this TED talk are some things to consider related to the question of what it means to be "human,", ie., "humane", i.e., the Univeral Man/Woman that will inhabit a universe of justice.---and it's relationship to black people being "in love."---the previous two TED talks broadcasted on this venue.
It's good to talk.