Posted on 4:47 PM on Apr 19-2Not tryna be funny,but I wanna know too! I'm black but I'm not part of a black community. Am I automatically included in circles I can't relate to or don't want no part of? No matter where you come from, how far you've come or where you are in life you are just another black? Now if this is your mindset,why bring up education,money,religion and other things when addressing another black person in order to look "better";when we are all from the same community? Many can get mad at Judah all they want,but what he is doing is forcing you to think beyond a certain level. Many become frustrated (but still look for his insight) because they refuse to think beyond a certain level. Many should thank him,and when you are able to stand by your beliefs and explain yourself,then you will no longer find yourself reaching and becoming easyily frustrated. SN: In all my years, I've never heard the term white community.. I wonder why.
Posted on 4:22 PM on Apr 19+1Maybe there is more behind it. Shrug.. Most likely there is. I wonder if their people wrote this for him.. Not saying he couldn't write this letter,but did he "willingly" sell his portion?
Posted on 4:15 PM on Apr 19+2Judah and Richard.. You two better stop it! Y'all know we can't make it to the promise land if you're gonna keep thinking like this! Now lets hold hands and sing "Sweet by and by...
Posted on 4:07 PM on Apr 19+2I agree #RealTalk... I see this on a lower scale at my work place. When ever someone black enters the office,i'm introduced as "The boss", the go to person.. I guess because I "speak their language" LOL When it's someone other than black,I'll be lucky if I meet them...LMAO!
Posted on 4:01 PM on Apr 190The media put out their personal business so that they could be judged by the public... If they didn't,CL wouldn't exist. Everyone judges.