Oh poor, beautiful child, I didn’t do you justice….
I didn’t do her much justice at all… I fell horribly short; and I am so sorry…. I was so caught up in the pain, and in remembering where it was that the school did acknowledge seeing her family about the bullying.
That is gone now. But, I have some links for you guys…
And, I am hopeful to say that in 2020, her family has taken this to court against the school who ignored and denied afterwards the existence of racism. Link HERE
I wish that I was able to have done a better job. My emotions were so high and I do not feel I did justice to this cause I am so devoted to, to this problem I am urgently trying to make others aware of.
She is one of far too many young children taking their own lives in the black community.
I have also separated this little girls story into a separate video, which will be in a separate post for those interested in on the hearing her story again I did not do her justice but I will provide links and I hope it will aid what I failed in.
For anyone wanting to help in any way the Black women and children missing in America, going unnoticed by the media and government, there is an organization called Black & Missing. You can find this site by clicking here. It has profiles of the missing women, as well as a place to donate, offer anonymous tips, report a missing persons, get updates and more…
Additionally, coming up May 22, 2022 is a run/walk fundraiser to help this extremely important organisation. That website is here.
Please see below for links and details…
The ‘Hope Without Boundaries’ 5K Run/Walk is a fundraiser for the Black & Missing Foundation, Inc whose mission is to bring awareness to missing persons of color, provide vital resources and tools to missing person’s families and friends and to educate the minority community on personal safety. Proceeds from the event will go towards: funding for families of the missing, flyer distribution, financial support, victim recovery, and burial service assistance.
“The number of persons of color missing here in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area and around the country is alarming. We are holding this inspiring, family-friendly 5K to bring more attention to the countless number of missing children, parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, and friends who might otherwise be overlooked.” – Co-Founders, Natalie Wilson & Derrica Wilson
Black Power: Great Black Leaders & Liberators (1) Virtual Children Workshops
Starting Sunday 9 January 2022
What a wonderful man Malcolm X is; and in this time when kids are being so brain washed truth and knowledge are even more powerful.
I hope this will be packed; and I hope the content good, it should be as it is with no other than x
As noted on the above link:
Make History come to life with these Sankofa Sunday ‘Black Power: Great Black Leaders & Liberators’ children workshops led by Charmaine Simpson of Black History Studies.
With its emphasis on Black racial identity, pride and self-determination, Black Power influenced everything from popular culture to education to politics. These workshops will inspire young people to learn about great leaders and liberators who contributed to world history.
Each workshop will last 1.5 hours from 12:00 to 13:30 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
The workshops are aimed at young people aged 8 – 16 years old.
These workshops will be online using Zoom webinar. Please ensure that your device can support Zoom.
We like to keep the workshops interactive so ask if you can put your camera on.
The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
Tickets for each workshop cost £5.00.
The zoom link will be sent to you for each session.
This is a VERY IMPORTANT video…. I hope you will watch it; this Black man tells his story, he was diagnosed with Major Depression, Trauma, …. please, please help stop the stigma in the Black community…and please listen to this man who is so brave to get up and share his story…
There is no shame in mental illness. It usually stems from trauma, and it can lead to physical illnesses that can and do kill like heart disease, high blood pressure and more.
For now, please listen… Or check out his program, HERE, where he is teaching barbers to be mental health advocates as well as helping them to connect with therapists to assist these Black men who need some help, even further, he is seeking and working to help Black children and women; the family system, in the Black community… His projects and ideas are so on point; I hope you will listen…
I am absolutely enraged…. I made this video for twitter, it is what I think will be the intro to a longer video in the very near future, given I don’t think anyone is going to learn from what I say, but let’s hope I am wrong.
If you are a white person and truly are trying to understand, respect to you. If you are a white person who doesn’t understand because you aren’t racist (which by default, um, means, yeah.. you are) then I hope you will open you’re mind and try to better yourself, so you can help stop this horror.
The past few years I’ve been doing noting but studying, however, to convey and share that with anyone via blog or video was somehow too much. I am in a position in life that has left me lost, but I won’t go on about that. I have decided it’s time I do what I know I am here to do, and so…
There will be some changes to my YouTube page, and in the following video I cover that, I also talk about the American Psychiatric Association and their admission to systematic racism that cost us research which could have potentially helped saved Black children under the age of 10 who are attempting and also succeeding suicide.
They have made a pledge; the link is in the description in the video.
Thank you guys for staying, I hopefully am going to do better this time. YOUR FEED BACK HELPS; good or bad… Please feel free to message me, email me or comment. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org