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Are You Ashamed of Being Black: Black Future Month

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Are you ashamed of being black in America?

Is it because: 

  • Enviroment?
  • We don't come together?
  • We lack family value systems?
  • We like crabs in a basket?
  • We don't communicate?
  • Everybody wants to be a leader?
  • We kill one another for little or no reason at all, other than self defense.
  • We to scared to stand up on serious issues?
  • We won't do a worthy cause for free?
  • Etc.,?

We need to quit the circles and groups that stump for the same causes and come together like we vote...in our black grassroots communities our children are dying and when we cry for our black women and men to stand, they don't.

A blanket of silence has covered the grassroot communities. Why wait until it happens to you, before you stand. If the Whites, Jews, Hispanics, Indians, Orientals and so on can stand up, as one for a cause, and push for legislation to pass on an issue, why can't we!

Welcome to Black Future Month!

Do you feel this way in your neck of the woods?

Being black is a state of mind.

What are our solutions?

We will have a guest on our show to enlighten us. Her name is Rev. Gina Hawthorne-Hill, founder of MTS Community Legal Advocacy Clinic. Located in Columbus, Ohio.

If you are interested in this discussion, please participate, help stop the hate. Bring love and a open mind.

Call in at 347-884-8684.

Email us with your side of the story at: professionalrookies2012@gmail.com

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