Greetings in the Name of H.I.M Haile Selassie I,
In response to this subject I would like to say "No matter what you parents race maybe whether it be your father who is black and your mother white or how it maybe. There is only one side. You are either here or there. There is no in between. What I mean is that each person has an outlook on life and that is the view of ones self.
For example, my mother is a white woman and my father is a black man. From this union can I woman. Now you see, I am brown skin, natty roots and have always seen I-self as AFRICAN even as a little child. I never seen I-self as a white woman. While on the other side of it I have a brother and sister from the same parents and yet no one of them see them selfs a AFRICAN. They identify with their mothers roots the EUROPEAN side of it. So, you see each one know where they belong.
I feel that even though I roots in AFRICA and EUROPE. IT IS AFRICAN ROOTS to which I CAN IDENTIFY WITH! SEEN!
To those who know themselves can identify with the stuggle which started hundreds years ago and so the struggle continues today even after 164th years of Emancipation which was to be meant as 'Freedom' for Africans.
I n I continue to have faith in Jah Rastafari
who protects I n I from the wicked ones.
PRAISE JAH RAS TAFARI WHO SIT UPON THE THRONE OF MOUNT ZION AND RULE OVER ALL THE NATIONS.
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