After hearing a story of sexual abuse from (1) Sister on Facebook, we were compelled to open our phone lines and give an opportunity to Black men, women, and children to tell their stories of sexual abuse. It is way past time for Afrikan people worldwide to "open the books" on this savage vestige of european enslavement and bring it to a screeching hault.
Until we allow the stories to be told publicly so that we can no longer ignore the abuse, our children will continue to be violated. This is every Black person who cares to share their story with an audience that is receptive to hearing their pain opportunity to release themselves from the demons and put our Race on alert.
It's time for healing as it relates to the victims of sexual abuse in our community. It's time for hearing for the men in the community who don't know and understand how critical our presence is in trying to prevent this misbehavior from continuing. And it is time for action for all Black men who are still men. Tune in and share the pain with our injured Brothers and Sisters.
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