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“Black Americans Losing Political Clout and Acquiring a Degraded Social Status by:
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The content below targets perceptive Black Americans who are either intrigued by it, indifferent to it, or would rather be getting high.
Are you just going to stand by, drink, smoke, and snort your ancestors hard labor away while our collective voice and political interests are being censored, trampled, and, in a basic sense, subjugated by the media and other prejudiced or dark forces? Are you not a thread that binds the cloth of slavery, oppression, determination, and resolve? Where is your loyalty to our nation and our ancestors, who’ve endured so much torture and struggle that, for all intents and purposes, have aided your progression toward freedom? In that African Americans or Black Americans in general are not a monolithic group, the contents of this post, in all that it conveys, may not appeal to an entire ethnic group of people and thus only speak to—and/or impart knowledge to—those portions of the broad Black community that actually give a damn about the preservation of Black Americans’ socioeconomic conditioning, collective voice, and political stature in America. Always remember that Black Americans are not a ruling class in America but a class among the ruling class, and that means that Black Americans, as an ethnic group and culture, have to work harder to eat, to be heard, to get paid, to be educated, to be medically cared for, to be protected, to be acknowledged for their contributions to America, to be respected, and no less important, to be able to maintain their dignity within and outside the walls of America.
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