Allow me to start with two quotes from our ancestors, “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. — Martin Luther King, Jr
“When people show you who they are, believe them the first time.”—-Dr. Maya Angelou
Looking at the video of the scholar athlete from Duke University’s volleyball team by the name of Rachel Richardson, I noticed her “family” her “teammates” her “friends” said absolutely nothing in her defense and on her behalf. Now, that isn’t shocking really.
Whites will stay whiting.
We have always been considerate.
We have always been respectable.
We have always been moral.
We have always been professionals.
We have always been compassionate.
We have always shown empathy.
We have always been honest.
We have always been just.
They on the other hand; they didn’t speak up or stand up for their teammate because they didn’t feel obligated to support.
They didn’t see a need to protect her.
They only needed her to assist them in winning but forget her emotional, psychological and spiritual well being.
The racist slurs called this young lady wasn’t felt by them.
They have no sense of empathy because they have always had CONstitutional RIGHTS TO BE:
all because of their deep seated inferior complex and lifestyle when it comes to Black people.