Reparations? I Like This Rev. Ozie Hall Jr. The Reason Why And The Amount Sounds Reasonable!

Response: I love it thank you Rev. Ozie Lee Hall Jr. for this message.

I believe the Black community must become self-sufficient. However, the mathematical reality is that Black people are owed a debt. Any reasonable analysis of the uncompensated contributions that Blacks have made to this nation indicate that every single Black American man, woman, and child (descendants of slaves) in equity is owed more than $1 million each. If this nation had to pay Black people what we are actually owed, this nation would be bankrupt. Jeff, for you to support cuts in unemployment benefits for Blacks, for you to support denying Blacks access to health care, for you to support cuts in aid to Black families, and you to support cuts in education funds for Black children and adults makes your statements that you support reparations for Black people sound ludacris. The Conservative and Republican agenda and actions directly attack the Black community. When you say "you welcome the change they’re bringing," the change they bring is Anti-Black. Therefore, there is an inconsistency when you say you support reparations but would support denying Black people basic subsistence. Do the analysis Jeff. I have to view this as you are just making wild statements to be controversial?

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Fatal shooting ends chase – Daily Southerner

Response: They say she had multiple weapons. Oh well. What I do know is I seen the location as I was traveling to Rocky Mount around 2 PM and last night when I came back from Durham they still had the east bound lane 64 HWY blocked off at the Kingsboro exit. There were no detour signs for folks leaving Rocky Mount so when they got off at this exit if they didn’t know to turn left to get on business 64 if they turned right they would have probably felt lost.

TARBORO — A high-speed chase on U.S. Highway 64 and brief stand-off ended with the shooting death of a 60-year-old Winston-Salem woman Sunday near the 484 mile marker in Edgecombe County.

According to a press release from the North Carolina Highway Patrol, the shooting was the culmination of a chase that began around 10:25 a.m. in Robersonville where a police officer attempted to stop a white Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by 60-year old Melissa Anne Jenkins. (More)

Happy Birthday To My Oldest Daughter Nashonda Lavette Dancy (Sherrod)

Today April 1, 1987 was a special year for me. I am proud of my daughter who is very productive. Although it was made difficult for me to be a part of my child’s life after all I did trying to be a part of her life, it brings me joy when I run into folks especially my daughter’s family that acknowledge all that I did for her unlike what she knows about. But it is well with my soul.

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Happy Birthday To My Oldest Daughter Nashonda Lavette Dancy (Sherrod)

Today April 1, 1987 was a special year for me. I am proud of my daughter who is very productive. Although it was made difficult for me to be a part of my child’s life after all I did trying to be a part of her life. It brings me joy when I run into folks especially my daughter’s family that acknowledge all that I did for her unlike what she knows about. But it is well with my soul.

Visit her on the web and see the things she is doing.