This coalition is so needed; stop the violence in Newark, NJ, my second home…
This coalition is so needed; stop the violence in Newark, NJ, my second home…
Why in hell do we have people in any positions of power who are abusing, in any shape or form, fellow humans, sexually harassing them, making them sleep in decaying beds…and then sarcastically playing it off as if it isn’t an issue… HOW DO THEY SLEEP AT NIGHT!?
And how do those of you who turn the other way live with your selfish souls?
This is more than I humane… and if you are one of these jerks who can’t even stand against what’s wrong but complain about those who DO speak out; it is you that is the fool and should be ashamed. I sure as hell am not and by being silent you only aid cruelty.
What is more, someone came talking to someone near me about a woman complaining about her food quality. He played some YouTube video they’d made into a joke of her, I didn’t fully understand what in hell they were on about…
Now I do. If I’d been more up to date then I’d have torn into their sick souls for truth and knowledge I will always inflict; I don’t care when or who you are… please share!
“For dinner, we were served meatballs that smelled like fecal matter,” one detainee wrote.
“The food that we received has been complete garbage,” another wrote. He also wrote: “I have a stomach infection because of it and the nurse herself told me it was caused by the food.”
Inspectors observed “expired and moldy bread” in a refrigerator, despite requirements that staff toss it out. “The food handling in general was so substandard that ICE and facility leadership had the kitchen manager replaced during our inspection,” inspectors reported.
said that conditions inside Essex had improved and that ICE was “committed to continually enhancing” detention operations to promote “a safe and secure environment.”
guards said they “wait for detainees to complain” before staff put in a request that mattresses be replaced. 😡😡
This is what is needed…. bless this young man; he is so inspiring … Don’t let those who do nothing or only spew negativity at you, or don’t bother to let you speak..don’t let them stop you… prove them all wrong; and you can…
Nationwide —17-year-old Zyreke “Zmoney” Williams also known as Mr.Heartle$$ has created a new clothing line to influence the youth to pursue their dreams. Heartle$$ Apparel does just that with their streetwear and edgy clothing line. Williams not only makes clothes for the youth but to follow his own destiny that he found after going through a tragic event.
“After I tragically lost my uncle on December 21, 2015, I completely lost myself. I looked him in his eyes as he died and it haunted me every day since. I had so much hatred on the inside I just knew I had to find a productive way to let it out. Then one day I just made a hoodie just to symbolize how I felt, wearing that hoodie made me feel complete when I walked in school and people actually liked it. Then at that moment, I knew I was destined to make clothes” Williams explained.
He went on to say, his uncle was his best friend and the only person he could express himself to.
Williams plans for his clothing line to bring people together and influence them to pursue their own dreams. This message is vital in today’s society where following your dreams can be difficult when facing criticism from family, friends or social media. Mr.Heartle$$ provides a perfect example what can happen when one follows their dreams.
Heartle$$ Apparel has recently released a new baby blue hoodie that often “reminds everyone of a snowy winter” Williams said. The 17-year-old is planning on growing his brand even more in the new year, “In the next year I see my brandbeing not only the most popular brand but the most respected.”
For more information about, Heartle$$ Apparelvisit heartlessapparel.net to check out their products including their newly released baby blue hoodie.
Founder of Heartle$$ Apparel
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“Last year, the work of grassroots organizations and health providers moved the American Public Health Association to recognize that police violence is a public health issue that undermines our communities’ ability to develop non-law enforcement responses to crisis and harm.-” See Below Post
That quote from the petition sums up what I am about to describe; and if anyone cannot handle it or chooses to look the other way, remember, you are only aiding the cruel, injustices going on…
Please share, please care enough to add your name… This is an ongoing battle and crisis, they now are openly wanting to target the mentally ill; please give a moment to hear what this has meant and could mean to any one suffering from extreme mental illnesses in America. After my words is the petition and a link to the original site. But before you do that, I ask you please…
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Tupac said it beautifully and perfectly; and I know he didn’t just speak it but lived it; as all of us should…
I saw this bit of inspiring news and had to reshare, because this is a sign of hope; this is a sign that the unification of the community can and I believe will finally be a reality in the future, and once again… I am a bit frustrated for I’m without the internet for a few more days thus I can’t post videos; but the link to the original article below has a video of it all.
And please… while hoping more young men follow their lead, also let us also keep in mind that with this beautiful story of men behaving as real men should, there are surely far more than we know who also behave as real men and just don’t make the news…
Community is so vital; and these men have reminded me that it’s not all an uphill battle; there IS GOOD going on… and that is indeed a reason to celebrate, if you ask me.
Article & original link with video follows.
were picking up some snacks at a local gas station in Bronson, Florida, when they spotted an elderly couple in distress.
100 year old David Griest and his 89 year old wife Rose had just come from a medical appointment and they stopped to use the bathroom…and David couldn’t get his ailing wife back into their van.
“Thank you so much fellas. I’m 100 years old.”
The video was taken by Deputy
“I know these men from the neighborhood, and I wanted them to have that moment to show who they really are.”
Internet issues should be resolved, videos and blogs etc will be posted all together in a couple of days when fixed >.> just so no one thinks I’ve vanished lol
“If a race has no history, it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated. ”
This post was a lot more in-depth than this, but after having it somehow 50% deleted, I figured I would repost the overall main point, and rant on other related issues on another post.
There are a few reasons I truly dislike Black History month. Until recently I had no idea how it was even founded, I’m ashamed to say.
Black men and women more than earned their place in American history books, both before 1776 and definitely after.
Black History happened in crucial ways, daily, and still they received no pay, no acknowledgement, no kindness or humane treatment. Fast forwarding to 2019 where we still are impacted by the actions of these men and women; one example being the White House and all of the surrounding district was built off of the backs -and brains- of Black men. (Info on this to be in an upcoming post)
Despite the impact and astonishing sacrifice, cruelties and inhumanity these people endured; despite what they did to build the structure desired by whites “in government”- there still has been not only no pay, but also no acknowledgement in public schools or by many others I can think of whom “teach history.”
(And yes, money payment is due. White people today; ok so you were not one of the enslavers… you are, however, reaping the benefits of an oppressive system merciful and preferring of whites; OPENLY, heartlessly. While, at the same time, trying to ensure your so called “place as victim” or playing the “denial card” … whatever way a white person goes if it is not in truth you are openly, knowingly allowing lies to be told, truth and history to be surprised and letting a community continue to struggle and suffer due to racism which is indeed very much, too much, alive in America. But I digress.)
And I haven’t even began on the ancient histories not often spoke of except in falsehood.
Such as, the history of truth which when we find in the amazing, breath taking ancient civilizations of Kemet/Egypt / African history. These people are the reason for everything we take for granted today from the 365 calendar to math and medicine and more. (More posts are to come soon on many, many things in respect to this as well!)
On to the point of this post, even though my last writing was far more informative I feel, I best get back on topic.
Though Black History month is not something I support, as noted I support an all year, truthful history, it began of noble means and the history is honorable.
I am ashamed to admit this is a piece of history I only recently learned.
The origins of what was a brave and wonderful proposal, especially in 1926, was created by Mr. Carter G. Woodson, along side the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
It was, at that time known as “Negro History Week” and was to be honored every year during the second week of February.
These weeks were not selected at random, instead planned as to include the birthdays of Frederick Douglass in the 14th as well as Abraham Lincoln on the 12th.
It was, of course, not met with much more than a rather lethargic response but it didn’t leave Carter disheartened; quiet the opposite.
It took relentless work and perseverance but it finally began to catch on, and finally, the ambition, and the hopes to share and honor Black History seemed to have succeeded.
It wasn’t until 1976 that American presidents began giving recognition to the cause, but after they acknowledged it as an issue of importance (no matter what the reason they really did it for) it became Black History month.
And so it was. Call me negative if desired but I am a realist; Black History month should not only be a year long study, additionally it should not be limited, as it is now, to slavery, segregation, the civil war, the Civil Rights Movement, riots, sit ins, and/or Dr. King.
Black History does not begin with slavery. With that in mind I hope you will go and do some real research on the truths being hidden from you…. or revisit this page at random to learn more truths they try so hard to hide, or even deny. Despite the proof & evidence to be shared…