Saturday, September 21, 2013

An Open Letter of Apology To Black Men

1This video was sent to me by a follower and it spoke volumes. I think everyone, both black men and especially black women, should view this message contained in this video and reflect. We must come together and stand together, if for no other reason than the furtherance of our future survival.

It is very possible that those black women who think of themselves as independent and use the misguided claim of being a strong black women are weak and in essence committing "treason" or, as the Sista explains, your power is displaced. And that is my thought provoking perspective...


1 comment:

Sid Silhouette Johnson said...

It's about time a black female realized this. I've always said the hierarchy in American is white man, black woman, white woman, black man. Many black men are tired of being targeted - a few continue the struggle.