Community Alert: Support this cause!

Posted: October 8, 2016 in #TwitterShare, African American Stories and Viewpoints, Black Empowerment, Uncategorized

So there is a plan of killing off African-American Programs that help African-Americans. And I must ask why. More recently, one of a black organizations, here in Milwaukee has been shut down by the State of Wisconsin. Asha Family Services, almost 30 years in the city and Madison has been the focal point of helping African-American Women in the awareness of Domestic Violence. We all know that October is the month in which not only Domestic Violence is the subject but also Breast Cancer Awareness as well.

But in this instance, it’s not about talking about it, it’s about addressing it. Plus the angle of helping “your own” in relation to African-American outlets of support is in serious jeopardy. They let the white owned per se needy organizations run without any problems. They didn’t touch the Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans folks and EVEN the Afrikaans (not African-Americans) weren’t harmed. But the African-Americans stuff of cultural or special needs that caters mostly, they’ll go after that. WHY IS THIS A PROBLEM?! Oh, I guess it’s one of those black things that must be eliminated right? Is that the problem?

If not, then what is? Better get woke now!

This country in my opinion fears Black American Intelligence! Sad but true. Just admit it. And I dare say there are those whom are black and somewhat on the side of per se “conservative” fear that also. Don’t tell me this is still a thing that doesn’t go as much!

Still want to help out black cultural businesses?  Support this one via Sistah’s Cafe. Support it well and fairly!

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