Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Too Much Beyonce In His Bounce???

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Before I viewed the video I was expecting the worse...Personally I don't see anything too much wrong given the certain situation in society today...What I saw was a little boy with alot of talent and potential expressing himself through the art of dance and pantomime...I think people read too much into this...Remember to believe half of what you see and none of what you read...Instead of condemning the young brother and his parents we all need to be showing him some other examples of what it is to be a strong Black man in spite of sexual orientation going through hell in a White Man's Heaven...

There are too many examples of strong Black Brothers and Sisters who in spite of having some kool aid in the tank or too much bass in the vocals were and are noted for courageous acts of endearment towards humanity in particular our Black Brothers and Sisters...

People seem to forget that it was a Black Gay Man who taught Dr. King non-violent principles during the Montgomery Bus Boycott...This same Black Gay Man was the one who also organized The 1963 March On Washington and who helped Dr. King and others found and organized The Southern Christian Leadership Conference...He was also an important advisor of the great Black Labor Leader A. Phillip Randolph...WHO WAS THIS MAN???
None other than the great Bayard Rustin...Check out the following links to learn more about him:

James Baldwin was another Black Gay Brother who risked his life to speak out on behalf of our people...I could go on, but the point is this we have more in common as a people than some of us could ever appreciate or know in a lifetime...

Remember there are alot of "straight" guys who are a bunch of pussies when it comes to putting your life on the line to serve and empower our people...Just some food for thought...

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