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  1. Yeah I experienced the surge too. New antiracist book buyer were added to my mailing list, some have bevome repeat customers. The work "moment" was a good word choice.
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  2. I guess it depends upon your definition of freedom. I think, in the context of living in a society with others, it means doing anything you want that does not prevent someone else from doing the same. Standards are distinct from rules. If you think for a second you'll figure out why. Why do you feel this statement makes Del dangerous?
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  3. Free resources are a good way to get started. Overtime, I typically find it is better to pay for some services. I'll iffer feedback on your site shortly @Ann Bray Smith.
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  4. Colonial America Anti-Black Agenda Colonial America was founded on the spirit of hatred, haughtiness of its collective self and a history of barbaric behaviors including a warring nature. From its inception, the pale-skinned Colonizers from northern Europe set up societies with a governing model similar to the formal feudal caste system of Europe where the word ‘black’ was used as a derogatory description or to degrade its bottom casted citizenry with contempt and disrespect. This was the vitriol and disdain that became the foundation of Colonial America Anti-Black Agenda. Frankly, it
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  5. Yes, it is called freedom. Sure, but not rigidly defined by you (or someone else) in every aspect of our lives. If someone who presents as what you understand as being white has one Black grandparent and was raised by that Grandparent and self identifies as Black, what gives anyone the right to say they can't.
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  8. @Pioneer1haha...When I say, "PREACH", I mean I'm loving what you're saying. Your Dark Skin comments. Yes, I understand the impact that Brainwashing had/has on us when it comes to skin tone, Just staking my love for Dark Skin none-the-same. @TroyNot sure if you were asking if or assuming that I don't live or haven't lived in Black Neighborhoods, but, actually, I and grew up on the Projects of New York - the family on welfare, eligible for surplus cheese, free meals and social service programs... Yes, I've got quite a story that I could tell. And even though
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  9. Thank you for your insight. I am new to the media arena and look forward to learning all that I can. I am still trying to find my way around this site. I saw your interview with the National Black Book Festival on FB Live. So I wanted to get connected and learn more about your community. I appreciate you reaching out and your mentorship.
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  10. Troy What type of environment do you live in where you feel you have to carry a gun for self defense? I hope you can move to a safer neighborhood. Either that or stop attending so many Trump rallies.....lol.
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  11. WHOM AM I? I am a woman, Black, African From a lineage of Steel, depth, sweat, blood Tears ‘n’ resolve. Grandma opened not a vogue magazine She held a hoe Dug the ground Planted seeds. She dined on her labor Backbreaking. Hard. Labor. Her fingertips caressed cocoa pods Lovingly prepared cocoa beans. Brown gold they call it Yet her tongue savored Not one chocolate bite Did she even care? She spawned Ma Ma spawned me I succeeded her, and those before her Grit. Nerve. Poise. Strength From a long line of
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  12. People do this all the time.
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