When Talking To Young People About Their Future

After talking to many minority young people over the years about their future I am left with the feeling that they are so confused. The answers they give about their future remind me of the words in the song by Otis Redding Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay .

Most of the time our minority youth feel it is hopeless. Everyone is telling them what to do. But know one is showing them how to do it.

Our minority youth feel abandoned by their own community, let alone the whole system. Which image below are we willing to make sacrifices for?

nstn-despair                         home-improvement

A new year has begun. 2016 should have been a wake up call to all black people. When someone has no respect for you and you continue to do the same things you’ve done in the past and expect a different result. That, as they say is insane.

Our children’s future will depend on a new vision by everyone in the black community.

We must get rid of our political pretenders. If they have done nothing for the community in the past they will do nothing for the community in the future. 

 

 

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