The Matter of [Black] Forgiveness: in Response to Robert Jones Jr.
Marquis Bey

Again, truth spoken Brother Marquis Bey… When I started out I was not sure we were going to agree; however, I followed your message and how you unfolded the intimate pieces of black history, oppression and white supermacy. As I read, I felt the emotional charge rise within my spirit as I acknowledged with understanding the power of forgiveness; however, feeling rage, disappointment, hurt, and the salt of black oppression seep into my open wounds. Yes, there is no question or doubt about the differences between morality verse white supermacy. As black people we are allowed to feel and feel deeply the deep sorrow of centuries of pain and suffering… Share your word Marquis, share your word…

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