Change is needed and I want to be a part of it.

I am a very upset young black woman. I want to change in the black community. Firstly Education for the black child has to improve, early child development for the black child has to take priority for the black child, Living conditions of the black family have to be improved. The black race needs to learn to create products that we all use, Why are we still buying products from other races? it does not help us economically. We need networks, workshops that teach the black race the importance of supporting each other. The only way to fight this war is through economic empowerment and we have the resources but due to self-hate and corruptions, those resources are not used accordingly. I don’t only want to talk about the problem but I want to be a part of the solution, I need to know the right platform and the right channels of black movements for the change I want Change.

I am from Johannesburg and currently in Cape Town. This city is the worst, how can black people live under such conditions and no one is doing anything about this very racist city. There are more black people than there are white people in South Africa and yet this minority has more privileges than ever and it is very sickening. Something has to happen ASAP and as a young skilled, educated black woman I want to contribute whatever I can for my people and I know there are many like me out there who want to actively play a role in our improvement as a people and a race.

Support black businesses, buy black, create the products black people consume, we need 100% black banks. We need skills development, Early child development programs are needed to equip the black child, teach our children the value of money, the value of acquiring generational wealth. We need complete independence.

2 thoughts on “Change is needed and I want to be a part of it.

  1. True I agree 100% we have been quite for a long time and the problem keeps escalating and it seems nobody cares.I also want to be part of change. I reside in Pretoria.

  2. I agree with you wholeheartedly, sister! And I’m upset, too. Let me know if there’s anything I can do. I’m here for you.

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