Before my mom died I had a dream that her and my brother and I were on an island. The water became calm and the clouds were moving unnaturally and for some reason we were convinced that a tsunami was coming. So we all ran to the top of the mountain and there were crates and crates of every type of fruit and vegetable that you could imagine. They were fresh and perfectly ripe. And we all just ate a buttload of this stuff and the tsunami never came. My mom told me it is manna… I just feel like it was a sign from God that everything is going to be okay and my family will be together in heaven.
Remember sometimes getting the song you were actually looking for and sometimes getting an mp3 of bill clinton saying that he didn’t have sexual relations with that woman instead
Among young black men in America, about 10 percent are currently incarcerated. It’s shocking, but we’ve almost grown used to it.
But while those young men are in prison, what’s happening to their wives, girlfriends, mothers and sisters?
Eviction. A new study coming out of Milwaukee shows that eviction is for black women what incarceration is for black men. One in 20 households there are evicted every year. In predominately black communities, that rate doubles to 1 in 10 families.-