The facade is still in play today… these sellout and compromised negros will play on your emotions, get you fired up and march you in circles like a dog chasing it’s tail… but not one of them will tell you,
““Much of what needs to be done from a racial equity standpoint, even if we do it here from a local level, can be undone by the state,” Faleti said. “We saw the minimum wage that was passed here locally and we saw that rolled back by the state.””
They know this, yet they hoot & holla, show out and march you down this dead end anyway. As a deflection, to control your movements and keep you from exploring real alternatives to the status quo. This is what they get paid to do. Every single one is on the state or nonprofit payroll or getting paid for interviews or the paid speaker circuit to spread false narratives.
Post-Ferguson group cites need for policy changes for racial equity 4 years after Brown’s death
Forward Through Ferguson has called for improvement in several areas to establish greater racial equity within St. Louis. The non-profit released its first