Black People Globally, Will Accept No Less Than 100% Equity period. Therefore, I Enthusiastically Agree with the Narrative/Theme put forth on Saturday, October 10, 2015, at the 20th anniversary of the “Million Man March,” We Demand “Justice or Else.”
Through racist legislation; Black people in America have endured, at the hand of white Americans, the most Torturous Treatment known to mankind. Black people withstood three hundred seventy-three years of enslavement in America; one hundred and five years of the separate but equal doctrine; and ninety-eight years of Jim Crow. Regarding the Separate but Equal doctrine; historical records will demonstrate that the black and white people were separate, but never equal.
Black Americans have had Enough and will not continue to accept the perpetual racial marginalization of our People. Until Black people have both the confidence in system-wide fairness, and achieve affirmative access to legal, economic, employment, housing, and educational services; America as a nation will not be made whole. Continue reading No Less Than 100% Equity