For All Points-Of-The-View.
Black is a description. Give it up. Embrace man. ~KA #sophic
Black is a description. Give it up. Embrace man. Theoretically that sound beautiful, just like the usa declaration of independence and the constitution, but why do We continue to try to convince Black People of the oneness of man? When do We begin trying to teach white man, divisive people, of the divisiveness of power over others. Given the historically actions of power hoarders, and supremacist, it is my contention the Black is a State of Mind that We must develop individually and collectively for our own self defense and self healing. The misnomer of global white supremacy dictates that Black People throughout the Diaspora learn to defend themselves physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially and heal themselves emotionally, spiritually, financially, judicially, physically and internationally. But this is my opinion.
Baba Asinia Lukata Chikuyu, Afrikan Cultural & Educational Consultant
Thanks for your comments.
"Theoretically", you said.
Theories are not just subject of mere speculation. Theories are tested to a resolution.
Are you open to testing living and asserting your self as a man rather than just a black man?
"Man" is a description. Embrace "human".
Having said this, I agree with the main point. "Black" is a state of mind. "African" is also a state of mind.
Europeans don't realise they have been socialised to see themselves as "self" and they see us and our culture as "other". They are in denial about their European conditioning.
What "state of mind" is black?
What is the nature of the fixation or "conditioning" that inhibits one from engaging in a conversation without mentioning or comparing oneself to "European", really?
In what parallel universe when referring to black man does man become a description?