You ever just be in class or work thinking…..”damn I wan give some head”
‘Cause life is gonna be what it is
It’s okay, please don’t delay from smiling
There are brighter days ahead"
Just so we’re all clear on what we just read. Black people make up 22% of the poor but only 14% of the government benefits. Meaning, 8% of poor Black people are not taking government benefits when they need them.
While, white people make up 42% of the poor but receive 69% of the government benefits. Meaning, there are white people who are classified as middle class who are receiving government benefits.
…but welfare queens and stuff.
LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT!
Black people make up 22% of the poor BUT only 14% of the government benefits.
White people make up 42% of the poor BUT receive 69% of the government benefits.
This needs to go viral.
This is essential piece of information revealing racial bias AGAINST Black people in receiving government benefits.
Never again do I want to hear about White people living in poverty.
Never again do I want to hear about Black people living on government benefits.
Reblog this. Over and over again. POST IT ON EVERY SOCIAL MEDIA SITE WHERE YOU HAVE AN ACCOUNT.
“Baby Marcus, one year old, of Pittsburgh was the victim of a tragic drive by shooting in East Hills on May 21, 2013. Please donate what you can to donate to his family! Every dollar counts! This summer is for you Baby Marcus! “
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Details about his murder can be found here http://www.wtae.com/news/local/allegheny/1yearold-child-killed-in-east-hills-shooting/-/10927008/20245824/-/item/0/-/98q71a/-/index.html
New Amerykah Part One (4th World War) is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Erykah Badu, released February 26, 2008, on Universal Motown. It follows her 2003 album Worldwide Underground and a hiatus from recording music. Communicating with several hip hop producers over the Internet, Badu conceived the album through the GarageBand software program on her laptop, which led to the album’s primary recording sessions at Electric Lady Studios in New York City.
An esoteric concept album, New Amerykah Part One features social commentary and impersonal lyrics, with subject matter that includes poverty, urban violence, complacency, and cultural identity. It features dense, stylistically-varied music that incorporates funk, soul, and hip hop genres. (wikipedia)