Angry and Black Since 1976; Somebody's Momma Since 2010
Awesome...I liked the point he made about education. For me, as I have three children in the public school system, it is important that they get the best education that my tax dollars can get them. I don't mind paying extra if it will benefit my children also.I've also lived in Germany, where my daughters caregiver was German and would fill me in on differences between the US and there. She was very unhappy in the US when she came with her husband (he was AA, so on top of dealing with an I/R and the Black Community/his family), she couldn't get a job and would have had to pay to get an "adequate" American education to work. Something she didn't have to pay for in her country. But what really fascinated me was the many Americans that were living in this country easily working, living, and with no intention of coming back to the US (unless it was to visit). One of them was a graduate of Harvard Uni, but he was working in the daycare center on our military base. He had no plans on coming back to "use" his Harvard Degree...lolIsn't Johnny Depp living in France? He refuses to come back to the US, happy to live in France until the the US comes to its senses. lol
I really liked that vid. I'm also tired of "socialism" being thrown around like it's going to be the fall of America as we know it *rolls eyes* And I liked the points he made about privilege too...I must spread this video!
Sorry for my previous comment. When he compared socialism to Voldemort i laughed. Erm...yeh, i really liked his video and although i am not really involved, he touched on many global issues. Specially global warming/ solar panels etc...x
Black Man in front of camera and I just assumed he was going to talk about the "bad" black woman. Such a nice change.
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