Poetry: Black American Commerce

Listen Sibling, I come in peace,

“Gotta hurry to get the White man his money” — “Black American”

Today’s article answers “What is holding us back?”  An important question only the African Blood Siblings (ABS) correctly answers.  Here this question is answered through a light poem that I didn’t put but three minutes into.  It came to me after organized members of ABS visually surveyed the passersby, who seemed in a rush at my local economic center (LEC).

Every week Millions of dollars escape our neighborhoods.  When ABS expands, we could organize intelligent boycotts that endorse businesses which endorse ABS: African leadership and community; literally changing the world.  However, our main impediment is “Black American Commerce.”  Please share and please subscribe.  ABS needs to enlarge to mobilize our people.  Write to help build an African Blood Siblings Community Center.  Subscribe, share, love.

Black American Commerce
By Onitaset Kumat

It’s Friday
Gotta hurry to get the White man his money
So he can pay me next week
And we can continue
This cycle of poverty

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