peace and hotep,
curtis dogheal mctavish, i can agree withe everything you stated but if we are above the rim what then?
there are ways of working within and withe out.
we certainly have input in this system on local, state and federal areas. all positive, but we have yet to put all of our bodies into one voice, permenantly. what i found impressive about black agenda for 2000, which led to the million man march, was that many communities were able to come together and have one voice. because of our two majority parties in amorica, and even though we have gained much by both parties, i know that we will receive much needed attention when our minds are respected as one. gone should be the days when 1, 2 or 3 non'white' leaders are used by power and then held in check by the same power if or when need be. malcolm / el shabbaz eventually learned of what an organisation of africans amorican unified would mean to amorica.
dr king had that idea all along withe his march of poor men withe conscience. i see a solution involving both and utilizing what we already have governmentally. i know that it must get worst before we as people can concentrate on a win-for- all remedy.
i am not caught up on the victim thing. i just overstand that power gives up nothing withe out struggle. i know victims. i see instances where things are out of the control of individual and yes a few fall through cracks but sometimes they should not. all the taxes we are paying and what?
more victims. victims of crime and victims of poverty.
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