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    Happy Birthday to Marcus Garvey
    Considering Marcus Garvey saw the caribbean or north america during his life as places that Black people needed to get away from, when you think of the struggles/challenges/unhappiness in Black Americans <Blacks or Negras 
     from Canada/USA/MExico/JAmaica/HAiti/Dominican Republic/Puerto Rico/Trinidad/Colombia/Venezuela/Brazil/Chile/Argentina or any other land in the American continent> in the American Continent, was MArcus Garvey proven right about the inefficacy of Black people living side Whites? Side the best efficacy of Blacks when they live mostly around Blacks? 


    And today happens to be MArtin Luther King Jr Day
    I quote MArtin Luther King Jr the third concernng voting rights legislation
    ""he would be greatly disappointed in the leadership in the Senate...that it's chosen so far not to get this done""
    MLK the Third either is using very well constructed language or doesn't know his father. Disappointment today refers to an unfulfilled desire or want. Not, to remove from office. if MLK the third  is suggesting MLK jr. will desire senators be disappointed. I 100% concur to that. MLK jr. always said in words how dysfunctional the class of elected officials are to the improvement of the populace in the U.S.A. If MLK the third is suggesting MLK jr. desired  or thought the congress of the usa will act in the betterment of voting rights, Ihe doesn't know his father. MLK jr. wasn't an elected official for a simple reason. That path doesn't lead to the freedom leaded to tell the truth, to lead the people when what has to be said can't be a lie. 

    Tomorrow is the anniversary of the battle of Hayes-Pond. 


    Happy birthday Sade
    Nothing can come between us- For the distant lovers

    The Sweetest Taboo-  For the secret lovers

    Love is stronger than Pride - For the long time lovers <NEar my favorite Sade song, though I don't have a clear favorite>

    Smooth operator- For the players

    Is it a crime- for the mistresses or ladies of the evening out there



    And just so you know, Sade's early videos had an interwoven story about her and a guy if you notice:)

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