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#racism #influencer #abetterworld
#parenting #leadership

I had no choice of "color" I was born this is me. poverty was my upbringing. My Mom , Aunts, Grandparents taught me to respect, fo be thankful, say please ,thank you. Not to lie, not steal, not to tease or call names.
I got "woppins" lots of woppins..

I can say who I turned out to be today is from what I learned by age 10 ( the hard way) .

As poor as We were, Single Mom three kids. The biggest thing I learned from my family. Is to never take pitty, to always be proud of what we have.
To never place yourself below anyone because your shoes have holes. Or come from second time around store. Usually the school bus driver would have the school donate me cloths and shoes. To stop the teasing. It would make Momma cry. I never let that bother me.
Because God found a way to bless us. I'd wear those name brand shoes proudly to school. Not to stop the teasers because they still tease. It was was because it made mom happy even for a moment. My point is never did I think or taught to hate, to think I Better than or beneath
Anyone. Because I wasn't brought up that way. Never feel sorry for myself. If I Fell and got hurt mom would dust me off see if I needed stitches ( again) and tell me I'm all right stop the damn crying . Get my butt outside and go play.

Point is PARENTS
of All RACES.
That your skin #COLOR MAKES YOU LESS . Or that white is better.
EVERY SINGLE RACE on this PLANET at various times were #Slaves. Even WHITE Americans.
#History calls them #Colonist. 300 years as slavery No Rights. What do you think made unarmed men, women, even children declare #War the #revolution ? Against a #worldconquer #superpower
The #survivors of the #revolt known as forefathers today. Were very few. Families killed children dead for not giving info of the rebellions where abouts.
The most important thing is no matter who you are you must be able to love and respect yourself just for who you are.
750,000 mostly white americans died in the #Civilwar.it was over much more than slavery And would have happened anyway. The north had slaves as well. The point is war ended and slavery ended.there will never be a day that will ever change the affect on History that England
Had. It is nearly 150 years since war. To be free you have to embrace freedom, lift your head be proud , be free . Teach your children to Love ,respect. Children have no prejudices nor do they see color. They are innocent free of hate , everything is beautiful.
We all as parents are responsible
For racism. Our parents taught us.
It will never stop if we as Parents do not show our children with our Own behavior. Racism is a mental disease that is inherently past on. Not from genetics, nor air born, or physical contact.
Racism is past on from site and sound children hear and see everything we #Parents do.
Racism can end. No law will help.
The cure is us Parents.

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