FIRST STEP TO FREEDOM

If you don’t want to be singled out for your color, then stop calling yourselves a color, and stop calling everybody else by a color.

Believe it or not, people usually have a play in the discrimination committed against them.

One Example: Hispanics for decades begged to be a low-paying slave wage class of people in America. All of a sudden they say, no we want more. This comes way after America built a massive production apparatus with them as its base.

Now they say, it was just to get their foot in the door, it wasn’t meant to be forever.  

Now you tell us? Well, since you’re telling us now and didn’t tell us for decades, then you must have worked out a plan over all these decades, so let’s hear it, because we don’t have one.

How do you dismantle this slave-wage apparatus and build a different one? Or, do we dismantle it and give 15 million people citizenship and a 15$ an hour job no matter what language they speak or job they do or don’t do? 

See, what I mean? You don’t have a plan. You just wanted a hand-out. How about all the other poor people in the USA? 

You need to start including the people you call white in your color spectrum based on discrimination, since they were not only discriminated against by all other color people, but by all white color people who weren’t poor.

Don’t just say, oh yeah, we mean everybody, when you don’t actually mean everybody. Poor white color people aren’t feeling your concern for them. Even when you say it, they’re not believing you, because you’re using them to get more of what YOU want. Prove it. March for them, like they marched for you.

You need to think about that if you have the mental patience and can drop your prejudice against anything related to white except money service and prestige that go along with wealth.

Your own color of people put you where you don’t want to be. Start thinking individually and not what’s good for the group.

What has the group done for you lately? Or ever – except keep you down.

First step to freedom = Stop calling yourself WE.

Sharon Lee Davies-Tight




Published by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight

Till now and forever © by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, artist, author, animal-free chef, activist. It's free to share with proper credit, not to own and/or share as your own. THINK HAPPY!

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