Black America...In Three Words It is interesting that the life for the African American has often been shaped and summarized in three words. From the early sixties during the civil rights movement, our leaders preached them, we marched and sang them and they were our battle cry: we shall overcome.
A Letter To AMERICA: The Fire Won’t Go Out! AMERICA, if Lazarus had never gotten sick, he would have never died. If Mother Rosa Parks had not refused to sit in the back of the bus, there would have never been a seat in the front of the bus. And so here we are again today, as we are faced with another tragedy that continues to be pervasive in the lives of Black people.
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