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  • Kenny L Keys
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  • Ras. Daniel "Panama"
    3 years ago

    forex bank lön in order to make a change.
    I being a Panamanian and Living in Chicago for Many years Have had many of these exchanges with with my many Black Nationalist “Pan Africanist ” Friends / Brothers who have a very interesting view of the diaspora. In short I have come to believe that being ” American”( U.S.). has Made us comfortable enough to forget about the places where we first endured the pain of our long journey into our current condition . “A people without a Knowledge of their History Is like a Tree without Roots” -Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

  • Larry Lorenzo Goodsense
    3 years ago
  • Brandon Pemberton
    3 years ago

    What your ancient forefathers were, you are today without doubt or contradiction.

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  • paul
    3 years ago

    Excellent!!!….Love it all only that I think it’s a mistake that you say your ancestry is only African and not Spaniard.

  • Phyllis
    3 years ago

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
    Yours in diasporic solidarity.

  • Adassa
    3 years ago

    I am black and I am very proud….

  • Gloria Metayer
    3 years ago

    Unfortunately, in the hispanic community the light skinned latinos do not want to recognize darker skinned latinos and adapt to the same racists attitudes of the white American people who discriminate against them.

  • A Odell
    3 years ago

    Great sharing of your truth! It is clarity like yours that is missing from our dialogue around and about race, but more importantly for me, I appreciate your strength and fortitude to own it and express it. Makes living life very simple, inside the complication that is this life of ours. Peace!

  • E.Joyce Moore
    3 years ago

    Who is Black?
    Black is not the colour of my skin
    But a culture from within.
    The features set upon my face
    can vary and not leave a trace
    of no straight line
    to lineage
    that you can find
    to label me
    See
    I am your worst nightmare.
    Undeterred by your efforts
    to shape me
    into your stereotypes
    in spite of the media hype
    you don’t get me
    or tell me who I am
    and frankly I don’t give a…
    second thought
    to your prolific view
    based on the misology
    you embrace
    through
    a very deliberate ignorance

  • 3 years ago

    That’s because the person you were talking to was ignorant. I debate Puerto Ricans all the time that claim the island wasn’t affected by slavery. Ignore is the root word of ignorance, and people just choose to ignore history.

  • 3 years ago

    “Black is a political condition.” – Albert ‘Nuh’ Washington

  • Julie
    3 years ago

    So well written, I can say no more. Thank you!

  • 3 years ago

    after reading the story of the history and origin of Memorial Day, I think that the history writers, need to add that fact to the history book, so that all Americans can learn that Memorial Day has more to do with than just associating it with current wars and the casualties suffered , but about the selfless humane act that these people of color chose to perform , to make sure that these soldiers of then Civil War, received proper burial.

  • L. Thorn
    3 years ago

    thank you….when people see my brother, my sister and I together, we all have the same features but he looks Caucasian, my sister looks African American and I look what is classified as Hispanic. I have to explain to people that we have the same parents, but because of our heritage, we may end up with different skin color, hair texture and body frames. The mixture in my family is funny because my uncle is black with green eyes, my titi “aunt” looks Arabic and my other uncle looks European. Our genetic make up consists of European (Spanish), Arawak Indian (Taino) and African. I tell people that in Puerto Rico you cannot use that phrase “milkman’s baby” when the child does not resemble the parents because of our ancestry. Thank you for writing this.

    • Leslie G
      3 years ago

      Unfortunately, Ms. Clemente’s experience is common. I think that many people are not familiar with the concept African Diaspora nor do they recognize their own African heritage, even those whose physical appearance overtly reflects this ancestry. Because blackness continues to be positioned at the bottom of the racial hierarchy globally, many do not want to be associated with this race, culture, and consciousness (Karenga). For example, in Argentina, many people continue to believe that there are no black Argentinians. I have personally experienced many black Latinos speak Spanish and non-black Latinos compliment them for learning to speak the language so well because they could not possibly be native Spanish speakers. We must continue to educate others about African Diasporic cultures and embrace our blackness so that others don’t have the opportunity to make uninformed comments.

  • Yusef Mgeni
    3 years ago

    “Blackness…and race are 3 things–color, culture and consciousness.” (Dr. M. Ron Karenga) Thank you, Sister for speaking truth to power. Yusef Mgeni

  • 3 years ago

    Wonderful mindset! Let no one define you, for some of us are so ignorant. Hang tough!

  • Eilleen Maldonado
    3 years ago

    For the ignorance in ones mind is still being fed by the government. The government fails to tell the truth but always seems to punish those who they claim commit perjury. A land of make believe is what and where we live in. Sad to say that America the great is far from that. In respect to your story , I accept and believe that we are all black ; people just fail to acknowledge that because of some set authority to which they claim to have or have stolen from our people. As a college student who has read, done research, and continues to have an interest to know my true ancestors I can only begin to lead those who are in denial by telling them to read the book: America in 1492 ; The World of the Indian Peoples Before the Arrival of Columbus. As the crappy story of Columbus is also false, and this is what they teach our students in school; who are the future of tomorrow. But in celebration of today Memorial Day isn’t about remembering those in the service, that’s also a cover up;
    Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom. They then held a parade of 10,000 people led by 2,800 Black children where they marched, sang and celebrated.
    Thanks to Abstrakt Goldsmith for this nugget of history that most of us never learned in school.

    We need to teach and preach the truth…I am so on your side; Preach it sister..

  • Breanna
    3 years ago

    Yes, girl! Say it loud, “I’m Black and I’m proud!” Sisters of color unite!

  • moreno
    3 years ago

    Tell it sister i have been saying most of this for years. People don’t want to hear it or see it. Well stated.

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