In the year 2016, there are three black men of note who are in positions to rectify the mistakes of past advocates for black uplift and advancement…
“Equal justice under the law” must be more than just a sound-bite or catch-phrase. In America, the law has never been applied fairly, equally, or without prejudice, nor has there ever been only one set of rules.
If there is to be a future for people of African descent, some element among us will have to step up to the plate and prove themselves capable of conceptualizing (envisioning), planning, organizing, implementing, conducting, evaluating, modifying, and bringing to fruition the particular results sought after!
Race-conscious Blacks should not and do not have to eschew capital or their spirituality in order to be true to the best interests of our Race.
How do “we” expect to accomplish anything that requires “us” to become “WE,” without ORGANIZING ourselves into the “WE” that would be required to pull it off?