Rosa Parks The First Black Statue In The US Capitol, A Need To See For All if Black Lives Matter

 

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President Obama in Selma for the 50th Anniversary of the March

President Obama in Selma for the 50th Anniversary of the March

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HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOMENTS YOU MISSED IN DC THAT MADE HISTORY

We are all ways trying to say what is not in our community or in the school system, well what did you do this summer to help the mindset of the minds in your community.  The Chance to educate and inform a community is in your hands of you.  You could began at the US Capitol in DC and where all the Smithsonian Museums are free to ride your mind and a great roller coaster for your thoughts and a bungee jump through history.  

 

We say Black Lives Matter But we are not showing any respect to the lives that we say matter, where is the love for the Community, for the Church, for the NAACP, for the SCLC, love for PUSH.   Where is the Love them that have given us what we have to stand on.  No matter if you like, hate or just don’t understand them they all gave us what we have to work with.  The lack of training, networking, interning, fellowshipping  or working with any one of these groups would have given respect to how it could be done.  There is a way to Demonstrate, Protest, and revolt against any system without disrespecting any one.  So take a group of young Minds to see how we made it, they need to see the Martin L. King Statue on the mall the Rosa Parks statue in the US capital, the office of John Conyers the ranking member of judiciary and dean of the Congress which means he’s the longest congressional seat holder in the Congress, a trip to the White House will give them a clear notice that if you prepare you can be anything you want to be.  Ok don’t stop there go over to the National League of Black Women where Ingrid Sanders Jones former VP of Coca-cola International and president of coca-cola foundation.  Yes Yes Yes there is much more, if Black Lives Matter take them to Detroit where they will see the Motown Museum and the largest afro-american museum then move to Tennessee for the Sunday School Publishing Board and the National Baptist Convention Headquarters, then move on over to Birmingham Alabama to the 16th street Baptist Church and in the shadow the historical statue in memory of the 4 little girls that where killed in the church bombing.  Now don’t stop there go to Selma, Tuskegee, Mobile, Atlanta the many stories that have been told and untold are still history to be learned.         

 

Rosa Parks Statue US Capitol

Rosa Parks Statue US Capitol