#JoinTheConversation LIVE as we conclude our Parenting Month series, with this second part, discussing safety & security, at school and how we’re teaching our kids about tolerance, racism, and social injustice!
#JoinTheConversation as we conclude our Parenting Month series with this first of 2 parts, discussing safety & security, at home, in school and in our community! Share, like, follow, subscribe, and comment how you’re protecting your kids, while being a Safe Place for them!
#JoinTheConversation as we discuss the acts of sedition by Donald Trump and his team, the siege on The U.S. Capitol by his supporters, and the aftermath of this attempted coup by these Domestic Terrorists!
Stuff like this doesn’t surprise me nor should it surprise any other person of color. People have been taught to hate our very existence. If Commander Cheeto can be an outright racist why can’t the average american? I don’t like to assume everyone is a racist. To say something like this on a social platform and get mad because people call you out on it and then try to put together an half ass apologly, nah! You might as well say I’m sorry I got caught or that someone exposed me but this is how I really feel. I would respect you more. Don’t pretend to like me. Just let me know you hate me and my kind and own it! Trump did it and women, black folks and hispanics still voted for him. For the record, I didn’t vote for dude.
A “Unite the Right” rally was planned for Friday, August 11 to protest against the removal of a statue of Confederate icon General Robert E Lee. Protestors came from all walks of life to protest this event. The peaceful protest then turned violent. A man drove his car into the crowd resulting in 1 death and many people suffered injuries.
Join us as we discuss this along with the state of racism and racial tension in our nation. Also as we discuss President Trump response to this violence and blatant bigotry.