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sunnubian posted:
DennisKalita posted:
sunnubian posted:
DennisKalita posted:
RadioRaheem posted:

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          Hope Dworaczyk, Playboy’s 2010 Playmate of the Year

 

 

Of course!

 

There is not way that they were going to allow Black people to inherit that much money.

 

If  as  appears (his kinda choice), that shows how deep it goes, how far it stretches. All that historical knowledge and it  does not reach into how life is lived. Healing to the point of changing our lives. That's real. That's big.

You might have to elaborate a little more on that statement; it may have just went above my head.

Nonetheless, it is a good and gracious and wonderful thing he's did, which goes to show, as I've said before, that a Black person dating or being married to a member of another race should not, and often does not, preclude them from knowing, understanding, and fighting with his/her people in the 'Struggle' or from supporting those who are, or from contributing/i.e., 'giving back' to the benefit of their own people.

 

Get ready. I’m in danger of making sense. Being married to another race doesn’t mean you’re not all in and giving back to your own. Fully agree.

You can also know some things but notlive them. Knowing comes first. A man can know that his relations with women have been conditioned by 300+ years of terrorism. Same time, if his choices are based on 300+ years of wiring, he may not be able to break out and live it. It’s hard to live what you know, to translate it into action.

Healing to the point of changing our lives. That's real. That's big. Dealing with our space, our world, our relationships, whatever, it’s an everyday every life struggle.

 

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