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iPhone : lil harry Hideo Glojima “i can make believe i have everything, but i can’t pretend that i don’t see” here’s where he had his “class awakening” and sees how he is engaging in black capitalism. i’m sure he had read robert allen’s “black awakening in capitalist america”

iPhone : he understood that you cannot amass wealth without the exploitation of others. he questioned the legality of that exploitation.

“i got a bank account with lots of money as a result of exploitation, how is this legal?”

that’s basically what he was saying.

iPhone : when sisqò said “got a bank account bigger than the law should allow” he was beginning to question not just the morality of wealth hoarding that exists within capitalism, but the legality of it too.

iPhone : i also wonder if this is another PR move from mosby to seem progressive and against the status quo. that’s been the narrative she’s curated and it’s been working very well for her since people don’t do no research. twitter.com/zzwagil/status…

iPhone : "when they are presented with evidence that works against that [core] belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted... because it is so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalize, ignore & even deny anything that doesn't fit in with the core belief."
― frantz fanon

iPhone : parental discipline will often manifest in the way a child engages with other children. children who are dominated at home seek power and control at school because they don’t have it. they’re often always in fights and the “bully” of the school.

iPhone : “love is as love does, and it is our responsibility to give children love. when we love children we acknowledge by our every action that they are not properly, that they have rights - that we respect and uphold their rights.” - hooks