On Black History

It’s just like when you’ve got some coffee that’s too black, which means it’s too strong.  What do you do?  You integrate it with cream, you make it weak.  But if you pour too much cream in it, you won’t even know you ever had coffee.  It used to be hot, it becomes cool.  It used to be strong, it becomes weak.  It used to wake you up, now it puts you to sleep.  ~Malcolm X

Sunny’s: Ladies Round Table

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Join Sunny, Quiahna & Neisha Thursday @10pm (est) at the #LadiesRoundTable as we discuss issues from our point of view. Click this link to stream it live: BlogTalkRadio

* Pros & Cons of Child Support
* Getting advice on how to be a single parent.
* Why is everything our fault?
* Self Esteem: Complimenting Other Women
* Dating

This is sure to be a great discussion and feel free to call in (657) 383-1155. Phone lines open up at 10:15pm (est). Also we will be live tweeting @gft_radio G.F.T Radio

Snapping

This is what I do when I bored… I swear my snap and IG but off little videos of me singing* along to songs. Lmao

Djm its my life and if your following…than I’m sorry if I bore you. 😂😂😂

Faces of Our History: Daisy Bates

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Daisy Lee Gatson was born in Huttig, Arkansas on November 11, 1914. Shortly, after giving birth to Daisy’s mother was sexually assaulted & murdered by three white men. He father left shortly after that and Daisy was raised by a family friend.

On her adoptive father’s death bed he gave her advice on her pining anger for the lack of justice for her mother’s death:

“You’re filled with hatred. Hate can destroy you, Daisy. Don’t hate white people just because they’re white. If you hate, make it count for something. Hate the humiliations we are living under in the South. Hate the discrimination that eats away at the South. Hate the discrimination that eats away at the soul of every black man and woman. Hate the insults hurled at us by white scum—and then try to do something about it, or your hate won’t spell a thing.” via Wikipedia

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