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The drug epidemic broke us completely down, and even if everyone stopped slinging crack now the damage has caused prisons to be flooded, and caskets to be lowered.

Dreams were deterred and the families lost daddy, and the family structure to the game.

Now, we can attempt to bring our communities back, but the force and the poison tested on us will not go away, and once again it was not administered by us,but we suffer.

Who wanted to ruin our society? 

In 1984 Government officials could not segregate us legally.

They used the crack epidemic to  segregate us chemically and mentally,and their mission was a success.

Can the black families comprehend that it is not weak to be home with their  babies.

I guess it us easier said than done. In our culture people can be together for 8 years with no wedding in site. Meaning they are unconsiously not committed to their loved one.

When it is so easy to walk away, our children receive less. Don’t stay JUST BECAUSE OF THE CHILDREN. However,If you look into our history after the Crack Epidemic moms and dad’s were pitted against each other.

In some instances the boyfriend supplied the girlfriend or wife with the crack.

Our sons took note and realized that any reason to leave, is better than any reason to stay.

The fathers that sacrificed for their seeds, are raising grateful children that admire their effort and unconditional love.

Check out the statistics on our men,and how many are currently incarcerated that never had fathers in their life.

Some are currently in prison with their fathers.I understand that some of these men want better when they are released, their felony records will not get them a salary  and a 401 K. The Crack Epidemic instrumented in the death of the black families.

That is another generation of boys watching and learning from the downfall of the 80’s and they are being borned 5 years later.  We marched in the 60’s and 70’s and our  people had a sense of pride.

We must bring unity and respect back to our  culture.

It is embarrassing when men and women with no means of support have 13 children that they can not take care of, and the babies are loosing in the progress.

Dad and mom need to stand together and motivate our children to  be better. This video is from 1994, and look around and tell me how far we have truly come?

 

 

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