The N Word
The word Nig..r has become accepted, while respect for each other has been rejected.
The word Nig..r flows out of the mouth of Black against each other, Blacks to each other …
Big and small alike, Nig..r is a word that MANY seem to like.
It was as if the word was just invented and has no brutal history attached to it.
Every Other Race seem comfortable calling Black people Nig…s…to their face, behind their back, at their tables of discussion, at the workplace, public places, anywhere you can hear THAT WORD being used and attached to Black People.
The word Nig..r with all the BRUTAL History attached to it has been glorified and redefined as a symbol of coolness and brotherhood in so many places that other races have begun calling themselves Nig..rs.
The word Nig..r shakes the grave of the ancestors who were beaten and killed by angry mobs who refuse to see them as humans and calling them Nig..rs was the Norm.
The word Nig..r is fashionable in some communities, accepted in the mind of those who have no historical references, in the mind of those who will always see Black People as Nig..rs.
Generations are being raised to Nig..erize The Nation into accepting the NEW meaning of the word, accepting the New spelling, the New context of its meaning to KEEP that word ALIVE in our minds.
Protests are few … Every now and then you know the word Nig..r comes out of you because it comes out of me too.
Part of a scheme to put the nightmares back into our dreams…
It is being said out of the mouth right now, out of someone old, someone young, someone Black, White, Latino, ignorant, intelligent.
It is being taught to future generations and babies, about a RACE called Nig..rs who must always be treated as SECOND CLASS.
Fight the urge … Resist the State-wide acceptance of the word … Teach your children, family and friends about the TRUE HISTORY of the word.
Our unity will die in those communities that accepted the conditioning that Black People are a race of Nig..rs and should be CALLED as such and TREATED as such…
Every time that word is used no matter the subject matter or intent, another ancestor weeps for we have not learned the lessons of history past.
FIGHT THE URGE … CONDEMN THAT WORD!
Malik S. Canty