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Remembering Gullah/Geechee Souls: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery and Revisiting Wilmington 1898 Massacre

As we demand and await justice for Sister Breonna Taylor who was viciously murdered by the police in her own home, we also awaiting a conviction in the trial of the murders of Brother Ahmaud Arbery. Brother Arbery was a native of the Gullah/Geechee Nation who was murdered on the outskirts of Brunswick, GA by white racists. The most outstanding tribute to Brother Arbery was done at the Trinity United Church of Christ. “The Cross and the Lynching Tree: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery” clearly outlines the illness of America as a whole and what we who believe in freedom must do.

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Queen’s Chronicle-The Massacre at Emanuel and the On-Going Movement to Save Black Lives

The more Charleston profited financially from tragedy tourism as folks played in the blood of our families members and friends, it got worse. As people ignored the on-going pain of the family members that lived and had to see the world make the site of this assassination and massacre a place to simply pour money into while the families were still seeking to have folks pour love and upliftment into them, it got worse. Each year that people do not realize that Pastor Pinckney was a leader for land rights for Gullah/Geechee people and that is no doubt why he was targeted to be assassinated, it gets worse.

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Corona Chronicle 5-Black Folks Fighting to Stay Alive

The virus of attempting to hide our Blackness so that we would be protected has infected and affected the Black community for generations, but it hasn’t protected us as we see in this moment where racial profiling is still killing us. COVID-19 complications are killing us. Running, driving, and walking while Black is killing us. Self-hatred and lack of compassion for other Black people is killing us. So much so that the NAACP has launched the #WeAreDoneDying campaign. Unfortunately, unless Black people truly stand up and fight together in unity no matter our age, geographically location, or financial stand in global society to protect the lives of ALL Black people from these continued lynchings and the verbal and written lynchings that we do to one another in order to advance ourselves, that campaign will only be a hashtag in the digital world while more Black death comes in the real world.

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