"If the oppression is common so is the experience. Although to be Black in America means something starkly different from being Black in Jamaica, the pervasive nature, which the oppressor provides, necessitates that the oppression be similar and gruesome. It is string, which connects the children of the African Diaspora, the bond of oppression. However, out of this negativity grows an equally bonding philosophy, the philosophy of Black Nationalism"
Excepted from my Senior Thesis: After the End: Racial Identity, Social Normality, and Morality within the “Black Community” In the Post-Colonial World
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