“This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn.” – Fredrick Douglass (July 5, 1852)
We’ve come too far now to lose hope…
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When the CDC dropped their latest announcement urging citizens to wear “homemade cloth face coverings” in pubic I imminently knew they weren’t talking to my Black ass.
When have Black women and femmes ever rested?
“Sometimes I was held down by the gravity of my pen… Sometimes I was held down by the gravity of my sin… Sometimes, like Santiago, at crucial points of my novel, my only logical option was to transform into the wind”
– Jay Electronica | Ezekiel’s Wheel
IDC how “woke,” you think you are, you can never speak for us nor our ancestors. Let alone, tell us how we can use the words of our ancestors…