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"What About Us? Black Reparations Are Long Overdue!"

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On The Edge Kaydee and Friends

On The Edge Kaydee and Friends


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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--The state of the Black community is in dire need of repair. However,  internal hatred by oppressor conditioning, historical events that imposed hopelessness, helplessness, division and dependency on their oppressors remain obstacles in the way of progress. Historically, billions of dollars in either land, money, or both have been granted to other ethnic groups for violations against them by the government, yet African-Americans, who suffered the most grueling, inhumane and debillitating history, (and continue to suffer these violations today), are being blocked from even being considered eligible for reparations for their suffering. What makes this uncivilized practice continue? Join me tonight at 10:30 pm as we hear from special guests Professor Carl Tone Jones, creator of the "What ABout Us?" project, and Patrick Irvine, CEO of the Think Free and Be Free Coaching, LLC company.