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Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you are a man, your going to have to TAKE IT - Malcolm X . . . Subscribe To EveryDay Today! Be notified when we launch! 👉🏾 ‪www.EveryDayMobileBanking.com ‪#EveryDay #EveryDayBanking‬ #MobileBanking #malcolmx#Bhm #BlackHistoryMonth

Grandma saywhat!!👵❤#malcolmx

🔴BLACK UNITY🔴 The meaning of the word Unity means — the state of being united or joined as a whole. ————————————————————- Unity is very important within us as people because we became scattered and lost as a tribe of people because we did not listen to YAHAWAH and his laws, statutes and commandments. Which weakened us as people! It’s easy to break one stick or a couple sticks but try to break 10 sticks at once it’s a lot tougher to do! Stop looking at your brother or sister as an enemy but family, we are the same. #dt #yahawah #god #yahawashi #malcolmx #bible #likes #knowledge #power #unity #family #brotherhood #love #one #together

Reposted from @wise_supreme - #MalcolmX describes the difference between the " #houseNegro " and the " #fieldNegro " Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 23 January 1963. ➡➡➡➡ So you have two types of Negro. The old type and the new type. Most of you know the old type. When you read about him in history during slavery he was called " #UncleTom ." He was the house Negro. And during slavery you had two Negroes. You had the house Negro and the field Negro. The house Negro usually lived close to his master. He dressed like his master. He wore his master's second-hand clothes. He ate food that his master left on the table. And he lived in his master's house--probably in the basement or the attic--but he still lived in the master's house. So whenever that house Negro identified himself, he always identified himself in the same sense that his master identified himself. When his master said, "We have good food," the house Negro would say, "Yes, we have plenty of good food." "We" have plenty of good food. When the master said that "we have a fine home here," the house Negro said, "Yes, we have a fine home here." When the master would be sick, the house Negro identified himself so much with his master he'd say, "What's the matter boss, we sick?" His master's pain was his pain. And it hurt him more for his master to be sick than for him to be sick himself. When the house started burning down, that type of Negro would fight harder to put the master's house out than the master himself would. But then you had another Negro out in the field. The house Negro was in the minority. The masses--the field Negroes were the masses. They were in the majority. When the master got sick, they prayed that he'd die. If his house caught on fire, they'd pray for a wind to come along and fan the breeze. #wise_supreme 👑 #wisesupreme

Reposted from @honeytree_evil_eye - Reposted from @political_fun_yani - @barackobama was and is a perfect example👌🏼of who/what #malcolmx was referring to... #puppets #Repost @justjuangoodcitizen Black America now you go ahead be stupid and vote for Kamala Harris or Cory Booker based on the color of their skin in 2020. Brother Malcolm warned you almost 60 years ago. #kag2020🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 - #regrann #freedomofspeech #freedom #1stamendment #Firstamendment #secondamendment #2ndamendment #2a #freetommyrobinson #Freetommy #constitution #selfdefense #tyranny #yellowvests #righttobeararms #selfdefense #truth #leftistagenda #liberalagenda #tyranny

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