'A Code of Conduct For Black Athletes'
Race is too upsetting for the delicate American stomach. Wearing Black Lives Matter T-shirts initially got WNBA stars fined and threatened by their police security. Derrick Rose’s “I can’t breathe” shirt made him a pariah. The St. Louis Rams organization apologized when its players exited the tunnel in the “Hands up, don’t shoot” stance because it apparently gave America the bubble guts.
"White America’s Definitive Code of Conduct for Black Athletes"
"The Black American Unity Flag is a symbol of our PRIDE & UNITY. The Black American Unity Flag is very important to our race. As Black Americans, we must unite! Every race has a flag that represents them and what they stand for. Black America is a nation within a nation. It’s time for us as a people to begin racial and economic unity!
The Black American Unity Flag represents our ancestor’s journey from Africa to America. We should never forget where we come from. Knowing your past will help to plan your future. The Red, black & green represents our previous flag for liberation. The red, white & blue represents the flag of the United States. The slave ship on the flag will remind us how our ancestors were brought here together in chains and how millions have died on these journeys.
We must reunite! We can no longer depend on anyone else. Every Black American should respect and support this Black American Unity Flag.
UNITY INTERVIEW: Q&A WITH THE ****ENS
Published on August 22, 2015
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Social & Economic Awareness For Black Americans
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QUESTIONS FOR ANSWERS
From Jacqueline & Floyd ****ens Jr. Atlanta, Georgia
Interview by BAUF-Global Unity Network, Christopher Freeman
Q-BAUF: What are your first thoughts about Black American Unity?
A-JFD: It is vital for the survival and success of Black Americans. It also brings us back to our core values before we were colonized and enslaved by Europeans!
Q-BAUF: How do you feel towards Black America having a symbol/flag that represents Black Unity?
A-JFD: It is a unifying symbol and we should have one. Our youngsters need to reconnect to our ancient history, our roots that give any people a sense of place in the world. Our older members need to be reminded, that the fight for equal rights continue, and that what we did was not in vain!
Q-BAUF: Majority of races or groups have a flag/symbol that represents their united mindset; do you believe Black Americans are missing this visual?
Q-BAUF: What is the difference between Black Unity in the 60’s vs today?
A-JFD: It was greater in the ‘60’s than today because we had a common cause and mission that demanded we be together. Today’s generation have little to no sense of common mission, purpose, although there are issues we need to collectively address. Also, integration hurt the core value of Cooperation of African Tradition by attending schools that taught the core value of European Individualism Tradition.
Q-BAUF: Do Black Americans have the physical and financial resources to establish UNITY in our communities?
A-JFD: Some do and some don’t.
Q-BAUF: In your opinion, what is the strongest link in Black communities?
A-JFD: Our answer is the church and those honest, dedicated Ministers and workers that have existed unnoticed by many and our Community activists as well.
Q-BAUF: What do you think it will take to establish Black UNTIY in the community?
A-JFD: We must reactivate the black community activists and support them in concrete missions and objectives for Blacks to regain “sense of group” and individual pride and personal energy to forge ahead to solve problems whether there are barriers or not. In our History we have always removed barriers.
Q-BAUF: How important is Black History towards shaping a Black Future?
A-JFD: It is EXTREMELY important! There needs to be, not only the facts about us, but the reasons and the culturally driven motives for why some World groups do what they do. Knowing these things can give Blacks back their energies wasted on anger and hatred.
Q-BAUF: How are you using your resources to promote/establish Black UNITY in the community?
A-JFD: Our whole family is and always have been role models for Black family unity, both blood family as well as extended family relationships. How do we know? It is because so many people tell us they use us as an example of how good families are supposed to operate. Our business is family owned and operated since 1982. We have over the years, helped other Blacks with starting their own businesses. We encourage and support Black entrepreneurship. We train Black Corporate managers one the specifics of how to get ahead in the normal white American organization without losing the sense of self in one’s own Black culture.
Q-BAUF: In a perfect world, if Black Americans united- describe this visual?
A-JFD: Allow us to list some things:
Equal opportunity to advance in society
Fewer negative Judicial and Police incidents
Open discussions of racial/cultural issues without people going into denial
Blacks would be more helpful and supportive of one another
We would be totally aware of our CULTURAL ADDED VALUE in society!