End Oppression

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How to Free Blacks from Oppression

Oppression – “prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control.”

Create Black-Owned Banks

Create Black-Owned Farms

Create Black-Owned Schools

Create Black-Owned Restaurants

Create Black-Owned Movie Theaters

Create Black-Owned Cable Networks

Create Black-Owned Technology Companies

Create Black-Owned Grocery Stores

Create Black-Owned Car Washes

Create Black-Owned Shoe Lines

Create Black-Owned Real Estate Companies

Create Black-Owned Bookstores

Create Black-Owned Automotive Companies

Create Black-Owned Shopping Malls

Create Black-Owned Clothing Stores

Create Black-Owned Fast Food Places

Create Black-Owned Insurance Companies

Create Black Business Districts

Create Black-Owned Hotels

Create Black-Owned Motels

Create Black-Owned Gas Stations

Create Black-Owned Laundry Mats

Create Black-Owned Digital Magazines

Create Black-Owned Radio Stations

Create Black-Owned Skyscrapers

Create Black-Owned Museums

Create Black-Owned Airlines

Create Black-Owned Movie Production Studios

Create Black-Owned Book Publishers

Create Black-Owned Distribution Companies

Create Black-Owned Hospitals

Create Black-Owned Health Care Companies

Create Black-Owned Haunted Houses

Create Black-Owned Financial Management Companies

Create Black-Owned Advertising Companies

Create Black-Owned Investment Companies

To free Blacks from oppression, Blacks must own resources and build wealth to pass down to future generations. Black parents are failing their children by not giving them any advantages when they are born. Most Black children do not like reading which is one of the best ways to educate oneself into prosperity. Blacks depend on whites and other people to provide food, shelter, and clothing for them. This is a slave mentality, depending on your oppressor for your basic necessities is a horrible proposition.

Due to the media and schools, it is okay for Black students to go through school not knowing anything about opening their own businesses but instead beg for jobs in a society that isn’t hiring Blacks. Schools in black communities should teach and support topics like entrepreneurship and business.

Yes, entrepreneurship is hard, but being Black in a capitalistic society that treats you like a second class citizen is also hard. There is a sense of pride and freedom in having ownership instead of working for someone else.

It is time to take back our communities and come together to serve our own needs instead of having foreigners in our community selling products to us, but taking all of their money back to their own communities.

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