Reply to "Coming out of the closet: Openly Black"

What's incredible is the fact that what he's talking about is even a thought in the Black conscience, that Black people are actually mentally and emotionally and socially living in a racial 'closet', even today, in the year 2014.

 

Those of us who refuse to live in society's 'racial closet' are hated, chastised and sometimes even ostracized by even our own people.  Far too many Black people in America, within the entire Black diaspora and even [probably especially] in Africa have come to find the 'racial closet' they have been relegated too comfortable and safe, more comfortable and safe that living outside the 'racial closet'.

 

Too many of us throughout the entire Black race have allowed those who seek to bind us inside a 'racial closet' to psychologically manipulate, condition and brainwash our thinking, actions and reactions, keeping the majority of us just as much psychologically enslaved as our ancestors where physically.  

 

 

 

  

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