America’s bias and racist system against Black Americans doesn’t care about the black struggle, but what it does emphatically care about are the money struggles. So, considering the aforementioned, when will we learn to quit hiding behind shrouded racist investment interests and start vigorously redirecting our financial and intellectual resources toward our own ideas and struggles?
Don’t get angry at me for pointing out our slave mentality’s Achilles’ heel. Instead, coalesce around our historical struggles. Do something bold and constructive that shocks the racist system that we live in. You’ve got the resources. Help pull us together and use them! This is not a lecture but an urgent call to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Black Legacy from 1619 to the iconic Civil Rights Movement: Particularly the assimilated minority, what educated, rich, wealthy, and upstanding foreigner who resides in the United States of America, or who’s become a citizen thereto, has not in some way taken advantage of the horrific torture endured and the successes that our ancestors have contributed to building America from the ground up?
This may also interest you: Justice Jackson’s dissent (PDF) starts on page 209 and ends on page 237. The quote below (a part of her dissent) was extracted from page 233 of the Supreme Court’s collective decision and it reads as follows: “But deeming race irrelevant in law does not make it so in life. And having so detached itself from this country’s actual past and present experiences, the Court has now been lured into interfering with the crucial work that UNC and other institutions of higher learning are do-ing to solve America’s real-world problems.” —(Ketanji Brown Jackson, Supreme Court Justice)
Header Image Contains The Following 19th Century Congressmen: H.R. Revels, U.S. Senator, MS | Josiah T. Walls, Member of Congress, FL | R. Brown Elliot, Member of Congress, SC | Benjamin S. Turner, Member of Congress, AL | Joseph H. Rainy, Member of Congress, SC | Jefferson F. Long, Member of Congress, GA | Robert C. De Large, Member of Congress, SC