Wait. For sure, none of the females in the photo is Kamala Harris? Really?
Nevertheless, the females look like some students who could experience going on a bus ride to any school anywhere in the world. Going on a bus ride during desecration in the U.S. perhaps?
What does the Jamaican-Indian culture have in connection with being Black in America? Everything about the Jamaica and India We Positive Image Black Folks know.
Jamaican Peoples! A little of this, a little of that. Place the West Africans, People of China, People of India, People-of-The-Map-of-the-Middle-East-Territory-As-We-Know-It-Today for over 350 years.
That’s right folks, the Middle East is Africa just the same as Egypt is Africa. Always have been. Always will be to US.
The girls in the image most likely were schooled that the great heroes of Old Jamaica fought with their lives for liberty.
The Black people of Jamaica fought for freedom to stand up against oppression because they had already known about how the original Black peoples were in America as owners of lands and explorers of more lands that would be theirs.
Once breaking free from their oppressors, the Out of Jamaica histories began to take shape forming an ever-bonding relations between the Jamaican culture and the Black American culture.
Women were first, children were second, and men were last in line of all virtues and values of family life. The Black American Experience only knew order and value and leadership as it was in this arrangement of the way of life and Black Americans.
Only after the White eyes begin to get control of all things possible, land and finance, did the Black American Experience, be it groups of peoples of Jamaica, India, China, go terribly wrong.
But who were and still is the White Eyes?
American Indians, or if you prefer to name-call them, Native Americans, identified abusive groups of White peoples as the White-Eyed-No-Soul. The White Eyed disliked groups of Black people. They are the ones who worked very hard to keep other groups of White peoples from learning that the skin complexion of the Native American is a dark-skinned complexion, so dark that it’s as black as the modern-day street.
The White Eyes created false skin complexion charts spreading the lies across the continents that Native Americans skin colors are very light-skinned, olive-skinned, and red-skinned nothing even close to the dark-skinned group of peoples of Africa. But since when was it that olive is a color on any color chart?
But, because groups of Black peoples also disliked other groups of Black people, the original Native American name-called Black people in America who don’t like other Black people, White Eyes also.
You would think that Kamala Harris would be having a discussion about these things, the Black Experience in America. But since Harris wants the Black vote without the hard times of the current Black vote I will enlighten you a little about what’s happening to our Black brothers and Black sisters in both Jamaica and India. Don’t be shocked that being Blacks of Jamaica and India sounds just like as if somebody was talking about being Black in America today.
Still, in 2019, Jamaica police commit 'hundreds of unlawful killings' yearly. Police officers in Jamaica carry out unlawful killings on the orders of state authorities or with their complicity, evidence gathered by Amnesty International suggests.
Still, in 2019, India’s abuse of women is the biggest human rights violation- at least to many.
Tragic rape cases have shocked the country. But the everyday suffering of 650 million Indian women and girls goes unnoticed.
The culturally sanctioned degradation of women is so complete that the prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, launched a national programme called Beti Bachao (Save Our Girls).
This violence is buried in the training of women in some deadly habits that invite human rights violations, but that are considered the essence of good womanhood.
One lesson in India is teaching girls to be afraid of their own bodies. When a girl is not supposed to exist, 1.3 billion people collectively pretend that girls don’t have bodies and especially no sexual parts. If girls do not have bodies, sexual molestation is not possible, and if molestation does happen, it has to be denied, and if it cannot be denied, the girl must be blamed.
I could go on about what’s happening today in Jamaica and India and how the abuses don’t seem to have an end in sight. Women out of Africa, into India, out of India into America have lost their own empowerment to lead men toward the protection of women and women’s human rights.
There was a time, long ago when women actually were leaders of men for the sake of keeping the whole community safe and secure. That time was out of Africa and into India. Out of America into the Islands.