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Pause in the Middle of Racial Battle Fatigue

There has been some heavy innerG these last several days or even weeks, at least for me. From the Derick Chauvin trial in the murder of George Floyd, the ever frequent vile mass shootings by maligned cowards, to the passing of DMX, whose life struggles are all too relatable for many African-American families, and of course the ongoing war of white racist terrorism and domination against First Peoples. One may feel the need to press PAUSE for a moment if but just to BREATHE.

May we take a moment of silence in remembrance and respect for all the lives lost in our struggle, for those genuinely fighting for our returned sovereignty and doing the often disregarded and unrecognized work. 

May we pause for those who fought before us, those fighting with us and those coming after us. Respect to those persons fighting to be returned to whole being, African (Original) people’s, in an anti-African world. It takes an immense amount of courage and commitment to fight the internal war, the decolonization of one’s spirit, mind, body and environment, because it is a lifelong struggle and journey. 

Lastly, major respect for those who walk unrelentingly left foot forward, uncompromising, unapologetic, to rebuild and uphold our original societal foundation based on the principles and declarations of MAAT.

May we stand encouraged by the stories of countless generations of Ancestors that sustained and even thrived in the face of greater forms of opposition and oppression.

In remembrance of George Floyd, Daunte Wright and the victims of ever frequent mass shootings in ameriKKKa.

#KeepFYTIN by taking care of yourself for the betterment of ourselves.

Akachineke Azubuike

Akachineke Azubuike

Founder & Chief Editor: Blafrokan |
African Vanguard |African Ambassador | PhotograpHer & Creative: A Z A L I P I C T U R E S

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