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Mental Slavery in 2013

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    As Black people in this country,I'm sure we are familiar with the word slavery. History has taught us about it; books have been written about it;movies have been made and documentaries written. Today we don't use the word slavery anymore, it's now racism,but racism is an expression of slavery. When will we wake up! I was in a standing-room only nail salon with a friend and one of the oriental workers said to a black customer (in a nasty tone) who was waiting to get her nails done, what do you want done! the black women responded politely, a manicure and pedicure, which doth costs about $50-60. As I stood there waiting for my friend, I thought, why do black people spend their hard-earned money with people who don't respect them.why do some of us sill ack like slaves? Sure you don't see chains on our ankles anymore, but we are non the less slaves. Look at how we think: look at how we talk: and behave. we are not progressing. We are actually regressing when we accept this kind of treatment.

    By Najah

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    The way we "educated" ourselves in this country enhances mental slavery IMO. Women could change this thing tomorrow just on spending habits. Our women need to realize they are naturally beautiful without the fake processed enhancements. Brothers could do a better job supporting the women and kids.

    Things are the way they are because we have to survive. The system takes advantage of that. Even with all that we could still have an impact on our collective reality. We are taught we are powerless, once we realize we are not things will change. You're right mentary slavery is a real thing. We focus on the wrong things of value, things that are spiritually worthless. Once we again realize we are worthy and we can begin to return to the Afrakan traditions of the "rite of passage", we will appreciate us as the supreme beings of the universe we truly are.

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      The way we „educated” ourselves in this country enhances mental slavery IMO. Women could change this thing tomorrow just on spending habits. Our women need to realize they are naturally beautiful without the fake processed enhancements. Brothers could do a better job supporting the women and kids.

      Thanks you Brother for the Reply.

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