Jennifer Joyce, Steve Stenger, Bob Mcculloch: A History of Corruption
White Supremacy in the state of Missouri and more specifically in the city of Saint Louis has always been the rule of the land. The basic foundations of our city were designed by white politicians and the everlasting desire to create a utopia of coverage for their crimes.
“Black men ain’t supposed to cry”. This is what’s branded into our DNA growing up as a Black boy. We have to be strong, tough, brave, and show no emotion to the world or be considered weak.
When black people subscribe to Islamaphobia we recreate the zealous self exalting ignorance white supremacy has duplicated through out the planet. Every religion created in Africa including Christianity has been modified to the likeness of the empire. For the sake of todays agenda Islamic forces like Isis are deemed the enemy but American mainstream media fails to mention Isis operatives were once sponsored by the CIA.
A movement filled with young, black, oppressed, and fearless males and females who were unapologetic on their conquest for freedom. St. Louis, MO opened the door for factual conversations around racism and oppression in this country. The entire world watched and supported Ferguson, but that support did not reach the people of St. Louis, MO.
The commemorative anniversary weekend of the death of Michael Brown Jr. has come to an end. Weekend warriors are packing their bags and heading home. It was a beautiful and uplifting weekend, but we knew it wouldn’t last. After all the silent marches, vigils, memorials, sermons and concerts, people in the street are still screaming,“No justice, No peace!” because we’re still living in a state of crisis.