I've mused about our new president and the impact his image will have on all our sons and daughters.
In the middle of my thoughts, I read B-Serious' post over on Jack and Jill Politics.com.
He said exactly what I was thinking. This changes the dialogue in America about black men, black women, potential, future, and what we tell our children. We have truly entered a new phase in this country. That is not the say the struggles are not over, we are in the middle of an economic depression and that sometimes brings out the ugliness, but for this moment in time, it brings hope. The unexpected has happened and we will ponder the possibilities.
Thanks B-Serious for reading my mind.
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