This morning, I retrieved this document from Ice Cube’s twitter feed. It’s worth exploring.
2 thoughts on “A Contract with Black America Addressing Racial inequality”
I would like to be re-educated so I can be supportive in this movement in this country for black Americans my mother and father were black but my mother was mixed with Indian my grandparents were here already but they all suffered under being black seized reach out to me and my family we all need to pull together and create our own community strengthen our self taking out finances to do that it’s free to do every day. If black Americans take leadership for a while and stable, they will simply follow us copy Us which is what they do anyway, like they always have done but this time we won’t be divided will be staying together we can have our own community of police officers that are trained not to abuse us but respect us as Citizens in this country
Thank you for sharing your views. Power to the people, in this case, more power to black people and people of color, and to ending systemic racism.