I love handsome black men for their strength, their confidence and the way they can make anything cool.
The Afrikan race today often complains about the injustices of European and Asiatic exploiters. Meanwhile, the Afrikan race does everything in their power to aid their own exploitation. This is especially true in regards to family. Carter G. Woodson once noted in “The Miseducation of the Negro” that the Black person is the only race to hand over their most precious belongings–their children–to their oppressors to teach. The cold truth is that as long as this continues, they will own our children and therefore our future. No improvement of our economic or political position will have any lasting impact if we do not restore our role as our children’s primary educators and the perpetuators of our own culture. Ase.
via IFA: Yoruba Scientific Spirituality
I love beautiful black women because they’re beautiful from head to toe. I love the way they carry themselves. The can be strong-willed but soft at the same time. I love all the different complexions they come in. They age better than women of other races. They have beautiful glowing skin. And they have those beautiful hips and thighs that other women go get plastic surgery to attain. Some brothers like to go for the imitation wannabe black women. I’d rather have the REAL DEAL.
It’s time to promote black people who own businesses not black people who work for white owned companies.
Young people walked the alleys of the favela in search of people who maintained African traditions. Dona Bahia (center) is one of the personalities in the book
Note from BW of Brazil: This sounds like an exciting project and I am definitely look forward to seeing its results! Brazil, in a very general way, has a problem with the importance of its African-derived legacy and this cultural heritage is often a source of embarrassment and shame for those who have been indoctrinated with negative stereotypes that have been passed down from one generation to the next. One glaring example of these negative stereotypes is the ongoing assault and demonization of Afro-Brazilian religions. Of course one project by an NGO can’t possibly turn around centuries of prejudice disseminated throughout Brazilian society, but it’s good step in helping some young people learn the importance of this legacy.
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I love beautiful black women for their grace and radiance they are natural queens.