ISSUES THAT STILL PLAGUE THE 21st CENTURY MILLENNIAL AFRICAN AMERICAN – PART 2, SOLUTIONS

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THE LEADERS OF NOW, STILL FACE THE CONCERNS OF YESTERYEAR!

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BLACKAWARENESSFOUNDATION.COM IS CEMENTED TO SOLUTIONS NOT JUST THE TALK

Good Wednesday to you and yours. If you’re a regular to our website then you were with us Monday for part one. If not you should get involved with us as we’re called the #SiteWithInsight and we’re moving fast into the fabric of African American life. We’re doing things other websites are not. BlackAwarenessFoundation.com is cemented in the solutions above the issues and everyday problems we face. We focused on three topics on Monday’s post which are Systemic Racism, Police Brutality and Single Parent Households. In the near future we will focus on other issues and meet the crippling affect it has had on African Americans. The Millennials deserve for us to make things better than they had. Can we solve “any” of these with a few paragraphs? Men and women that are much smarter than me have written and spoken on these issues and had better plans for actions against them. But still, here we are! Know that a long existing problem can’t be met with just words, but with motivation and actions. To pass down the richness of our experience, the older generations need a road map for “betterment”. That’s the freedom we seek and it’s away from the American norm of injustice and the power of money. So as I said in Monday’s post, let’s go…

Tough topics yes, no doubt, but we must address the issues that “dog” us as a race that’s outnumbered in the land of plenty. Not in one post can we stamp out 600 years of discrimination. We have to keep it in the light because hate grows in silence. As Desmond Tutu, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner, said “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”

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YOUNG TALENTED MILLENNIALS

Systemic Racism: This has been a plague since the beginning stages of the American Civil War. It was “the black problem”. When white abolitionists came along and threatened the power of racist money and slavery, so came along Systemic Racism, even before it had a name. What is Systemic Racism? When one group (whites) occupy most positions of decision making power and use that power to oppress a group (race) in the foundation of institutions like schools, the justice system, careers, law enforcement and government. Systemic Racism stems from the Constitution of America that originally “read” that “black people are the property of whites in America.” The break down of that lead entitled felt whites to birth a system of hate to “Make America White (great) Again.” Please remember the United States was built by whites with violence.

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IN THE FACE OF SYSTEMIC RACISM: MILLENNIALS RISE UP AND STILL SHINE!

Fight Black “I mean back”…

1.) Educate your children and family on the history we had to endure for 500 years to arrive to the Millennial generation. Mainly through the education system (young minds), America is slowly eroding the horrors of slavery by calling it forced service!!!

2.) Become owners of homes, businesses, cars, and land in our communities. Once you’re an owner, you get treated differently and you’re almost impossible to oppress.

3.) Get involved in the institutions that are the foundation of “your” Nation. Get to the ground floor of the decision making process.

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THEY WORK FOR AND ARE PAID BY OUR TAX DOLLARS SO “ACT LIKE IT”

Police Brutality: This is a carry over from those whom felt that power belongs to whites! Slave owners hired over-see’ers to watch the slaves and land. Today Over-See’ers are Officers! Do you see it?

1.) Real Talk, this falls back on us… Re-shape the urban mind set that crime pays and fast money is the way to live. You can’t get everything now now now! Stop praising the crime bosses in the hood. America values the criminal “infamous”, yet it entertains them and jails and kills us!

2.) With peaceful pressure, “demand” how it used to be. If you patrol an area, you must live in the area. Watch how quickly things would change!

3.) It might sound crazy to ya’ll, but apply for more positions in police departments so we can patrol our own or at least get more brothers and sisters in our communities.

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A REAL FACT

Single Parent Households: Wow, this is a problem for all races and the wave of fatherless households grows. Due to many elements, black men targeting (profiling), prison and early death have contributed to the demise of the black family. Real talk, as African Americans, the family has always been interrupted. There is an old rule that whites must conquer and divide. Let us not forget the immaturity black males have had.

1.) Teach your girls early of the burden of young motherhood and that sex is a gift, not a tool. We must change the attitude of our youth about sex and drill into them the power of life creation.

2.) Teenage parenthood is a painful journey for a teen, no matter how mature or well grounded you are. You’re still not ready for motherhood, especially alone. Talk to your sons and demand that they share the duties of parent hood. Lately, I see this is changing for the better.

3.) Have respect for the act of sex by showing in yourselves, as adults, the “good example”. There is no perfect way of mother/fatherhood.

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MOVE LIKE YOU”RE OUTNUMBERED AND OUT GUNNED!!!

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-Kjs
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