Ase, Maat Hotep. So Mote it Be.

Black Dollars Matter 

it's not hard to see that the Black community needs unity. It seems that everyone is so concerned with putting themselves in some category or group to produce a “them against us” situation: crips/bloods, democrats/republican,  angels/demons, etc. The problem goes much deeper with Black people. It has been a part of an elaborate system for many years now. House negroes and field negroes were bred and programmed to be against each other to break our union. Such systems are being exposed and dismantled today however the one most important ingredient to Black progress that will truly be the answer to practically every problem in the Black community today is…

“Black Economic Unity”… Become a part of the movement FREE! Go To  www.workwithtaquee.com

Taq'uee Hicks, The Peaceful Black Warrior peacefulblackwarrior.com

68 thoughts on “Black Dollars Matter 

  1. Ernest Bailey

    The old woman looks after the child to grow its teeth and the young one in turn looks after the old woman when she loses her teeth. ~ Akan (Ghana, Ivory Coast) proverb

  2. Angela West

    Three things cause sorrow to flee; water, green trees, and a beautiful face. ~Moroccan Proverb

  3. Beverly Evans

    If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents. ~ African proverb

  4. Theresa Cruz

    If you can’t resolve your problems in peace, you can’t solve war. ~ Somalian proverb

  5. Thomas Wilson

    Cross the river in a crowd and the crocodile won’t eat you. ~ African proverb

  6. Alan Powell

    When brothers fight to the death, a stranger inherits their father’s estate. ~ Ibo proverb

  7. Denise Henry

    There is no one who became rich because he broke a holiday, no one became fat because he broke a fast. ~ Ethiopia

  8. Christina Gray

    She is beautiful; she has love, understands; she respects herself and others; everyone likes, loves and honors her; she is a goddess. ~African Proverb

  9. Jessica Torres

    Why they like an ugly person takes long for a beautiful person to know. ~African Proverb

  10. Nicholas Hall

    If you marry a monkey for his wealth, the money goes and the monkey remains as is. ~ Egyptian proverb

  11. Russell Rogers

    Marriage is like a groundnut; you have to crack it to see what is inside. ~ Ghanaian proverb

  12. Teresa Hicks

    The man who counts the bits of food he swallows is never satisfied. ~African Proverb

  13. Kenneth Martin

    One spoon of soup in need has more value than a pot of soup when we have an abundance of food. ~Angolan Proverb

  14. Jessica Russell

    He who doesn’t clean his mouth before breakfast always complains that the food is sour. ~African Proverb

  15. Christopher Allen

    Man is like a pepper, till you have chewed it you do not know how hot it is. ~Haussa Proverb

  16. Eugene Mcdonald

    The forest provides food to the hunter after he is utterly exhausted. ~Zimbabwean Proverb

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