"Owned, a Tale of Two Americas" is very sobering film that explores post-war institutionalized housing discrimination against Black Americans, in the United States. #OwnedFilm #HoustonCinemaArtsFestival #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
The state failed its voters. You see, despite a record-high population in Georgia, more than a million citizens found their names stripped from the rolls by the secretary of state, including a 92-year-old civil rights activist who had cast her ballot in the same neighborhood since 1968. Tens of thousands hung in limbo, rejected due … Continue reading Thank you Stacey Abrams for your fight against Supremacy in Georgia
I keep Chicago in my prayers and my hopes. I keep hoping Black Chicagoans will make it. #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
https://youtu.be/VYOjWnS4cMY Honestly, it is like "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu 1. First read for context. 2. Second read to identify relatable symbolism. 3. Third read to identify the unresolved symbolism in your own life. 4. Fourth read for self adjustment and problem resolution. I watched this video many times... but you should get … Continue reading #ThisIsAmerica … Get yo’ money, Black man.
Many people are indeed weathered.
My 1st trip to Paris awakened my humanity. #FabGratitude
I am exhausted daily because I give 104.76429% from the time I put on my shoes.
At this time, I am going to try and explain why colorism is just as pervasive as racism. It is not a synonym for racism, but it is just as toxic to children of color - especially Black American children. Colorism is white sumpremacy in action! col·or·ism ˈkələrˌizəm/ noun US noun: colorism; noun: colourism prejudice … Continue reading F*** your colorism!
I will cut off this right arm of mine before I will ever work or demand the ballot for the Negro and not the woman." -Susan B. Anthony ... Please make sure you know your Black American and general American history before you ask me to support your hero(s). A lot of so called historical … Continue reading Susan B. …. What now?
Listen to: The Horror, The Horror: "Get Out" And The Place of Race in Scary Movies - http://one.npr.org/i/513329775:516558046