Black Churches being burned by Terrorists

The history and present day terror forced upon our ancestors and now us.
The United States original terrorists still walks the streets, he still is sitting in congress seats, he is still teaching our children lies.

The racist terror given at the hands of white people, the white people of this country who have sold their souls to a fallen angel named the Devil.

You are NOT forgiven for all the atrocities you’ve committed against my people across the world – may you eternally burn in hell.

Just to be clear – I am a Back & white mixed woman living in the United States – Los Angeles.
I love my white Mother – she is one of the kindest, giving and loving person’s I have ever known. She is part of the group of white people who sees color (doesn’t say that ignorant things like, I don’t see color). We do come in different colors, and most Black proud people want to be seen as Black.

You have those non-black people who have unconscious racist curiosities of Blacks – like the white women who wants to sleep with Black men. They have been seen images of the Black male in all his magnificence, they’ve heard the stories of Black men and they’re you know what in which it makes them seek out our men for their “erotic pleasures”.

Now I am not saying Black men don’t go after these non-black women as well. The images which have been fed to us via media – you know – European standards of beauty to which comes the lighter skinned and straight weaved, mixed group of blacks who are thought as to be the more attractive – acceptable by (white) society. This unfortunately has made some Black males regard Black in its natural form is not attractive.

When we were in Africa we were Queens and were the most sought out women. The Black women and men were the original and chosen one’s of this world – by God. We have to teach our children the greatness in which we come from. We birthed this world, including Europe and Asia.

The True Identity of the Hebrews Part 1 of 7:

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Rachel Dolezal – is NOT Black

It is so popular and yet at the same time, unpopular to be black. With our culture and identity being stolen, can we please have something of our own not for the taking and appropriating by white people.

Rachel Doleful would have done much better and more if she would of just of been herself while doing the activism work for the black community. Because lets be truthful, when white people speak about the the injustices black people face, its heard a little clearer.

She obviously loves black people, culture and the way we look. But her approach to how she could reach us was through lies and now she has lost all trust from those she so eagerly wanted to help.

Yasiin Bey on Malcolm X, for “Return of the Mecca: The Art of Islam and Hip-Hop”

Short interview by a professor I know from University of Irvine in Southern California with the one and only Yasiin Bey.

Topic: Malcolm X – R.I.P. to one of our great ones.

Recorded in Paris, this short for the exhibit “Return of the Mecca: The Art of Islam and Hip-Hop” features excerpts from an interview between Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) and curator Sohail Daulatzai, as well as music by Oddisee, and art work from the exhibit which includes Jamel Shabazz, Ernie Paniccioli, B+, Cognito, Katina Parker, Coleman, Nema Etebar and more.

See more at http://www.returnofthemecca.com

Blues Boy – B.B. King

9.16.25 – 5.14.15

The Memphis Blues. American Hall of Fame blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. Riley Ben King was born on September 16, 1925,on a cotton plantation called Berclair, near the town of Itta Bena, Mississippi, the son of sharecroppers Albert and Nora Ella King.

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With the release “The Thrill is Gone” (1969), B.B. King solidified his role as Black music’s ambassador to the world. Throughout the 1970s King also found crossover success with singles like “Ain’t Nobody Home” (1972) and “To Know You Is To Love You” (1973), which was written and originally recorded by Stevie Wonder and Syretta Wright.

B.B. King and Bobby Blue Band – The Thrill Is Gone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUyKrNzW3Pc

King’s most successful recordings, 1997’s Deuces Wild — 17 tracks with 17 different artist ranging from Van Morrison to Heavy D, Bonnie Rait and D’Angelo — and his 2000 collaboration with Clapton, Riding with the King, which went double platinum and earned the duo a Grammy Award, were both examples of how successful King’s efforts were.

B.B. King was everything our history needs to remember with all the obstacles as a Black man could face overcame in multitudes.

He gave face to the Blues and showed his talents with going outside of the box with his music. B.B. King let nothing stop him from his dreams.
He is and was the epiphany of a Black Man – a person to look up to, aspire to be like, respect, love and appreciate.

Thank you for all that you were and all that will always be in our minds.

http://www.bbking.com