As long as so much is accepted in Black circles of crime and violence being culture and expression Blacks will be limited in reaching the vast potential. Doing better Black on Black business and ending internal crime and violence are rarely discussed or evaluated. We tend to party, pray and protest aimed at others....then accept the hip hop violence and crime impoering anthems as cultural expression. I taught high school in Chicago for over 20 years. Before that I was an Art Therapist. Ever notice how all thugs love using the N Word when hurting their own? And Jazz or Soul Music...
Not even Reggae is on their radar. Growth takes small steps and evalutation. Peace. Teaching, reaching and healing ove violence and killing. Crime free ours ought to be.
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