Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Young Leaders Unite By Akindele Akinyemi

Since Jennifer Granholm has been re-elected as the Governor of the State of Michigan where does that leave Black people in struggling urban communities?

Being blown away in another 5 years?

It's time to have that talk again. If we are serious about building bridges in urban communities across Michigan we need to put our heads together.

Whether you call yourself a Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative we need to pull our resources together to discuss the issues that are facing Black people in Michigan today.

We understand that we have different ideologies and different perspectives, however, our children are dying by the wayside. City services are ridiculous. Black people are using scare tactics to keep us in fear and in the back of the bus. All this is due to not opening the door to reach out to each other.

Young Black Conservatives and Young Black Liberals need to find common ground to reverse the social ills that plagues our urban communities in Metro Detroit. All of this "we can't get with Black Conservatives because they try to act White" BS needs to cease.

The time is now. Let's work together as one.


DarkStar said...

And the "plantation" garbage spewed from "the right" needs to cease.

If you are really serious, you are your own worst enemy.

akindele akinyemi said...

go to hell.

DarkStar said...

Tsk tsk tsk.

akindele akinyemi said...

tsk my ass.

DarkStar said...

This is how you reach out?

akindele akinyemi said...

not to you

Anonymous said...

You know the "Keep the Vote No Take Over" lead by Helen Moore has split from the "Call Em Out" led by Agnes Hitchcock over philosophical differences. What do you think?