The fact that advocating keeping our talents and the trillions we make for everybody else in our own community is viewed as radical and not a path to building power through economic development says a lot about what black people have been conditioned to believe. I see this everyday in my feed… establishment negros pushing a victim mentality instead of a survivor mentality, telling us what we can’t do instead of helping us find a way to do what we need to do, telling us to settle for crumbs and live vicariously through a few negros getting broke off, when we can build a whole chain of bakeries and all eat cake.

The fact that advocating keeping our talents and the trillions we make for everybody else in our own community is viewed as radical and not a path to building power through economic development says a lot about what black people have been conditioned to believe.

I see this everyday in my feed… establishment negros pushing a victim mentality instead of a survivor mentality, telling us what we can’t do instead of helping us find a way to do what we need to do, telling us to settle for crumbs and live vicariously through a few negros getting broke off, when we can build a whole chain of bakeries and all eat cake.

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