Let’s think globally!
A point that seems to have been neglected by the Black writers and people of color.
Hello to all dear friends, writers, editors, and all FACE readers. Today, in this story, I want to explain an important point to you. A point that seems to have been neglected by the Black writers and people of color.
And the point is that we think our Black lives matter just in America, while all over the world, Black lives matter! If I want to say briefly and usefully in one sentence, it is that we must think globally!
Today, Black people are not the only ones who suffer from racism, discrimination, poverty, police brutality, white supremacy, and so on in the United States, rather in many parts of the world, we see this suffering and discrimination against Black people.
Therefore, it is not only Black people in the United States who are discriminated, and we see this oppression against Black people and people of color in other parts of the world as well.
Today, in this short but important story, I want to say that we as Black writers and scholars must be the voice of all Blacks and people of color around the world. We must write, protest and defend our rights against the suffering and oppression that is being perpetrated against us every day around the world.
It seems that it is our duty to pay attention to this. For this reason, I ask you to publish your articles and stories in this field on FACE if you feel responsible in this regard.
We would like to publish your stories in the international section of FACE. Notice that your topics in this section should be about the situation of Black people and people of color in general in different countries.
Herbert Dyer, Jr., Sharon Hurley Hall, KL Simmons, Anthony Williams, Rosalyn Morris, Melissa Edwards, Dr. Cynthia Alease Smith, Erica J, Erica Donaldson-Ellison, Carmellita, Amber Fraley, LaDarius Dennison, Kay Valley, ft. a black girl, Dani Bethea, Andrea M. Peters, Porche, Tammy M, C. Seals, Samba Seck, Jamie Tukpah, Vanessa Gallman, Rakysha, Andrew P. Brown III, PhD, Kennardo James, Asanda Kaka, Morenike Adesulu, Nikki Lives, Jasmine Dudley, Meshell Baylor, Sanford S. Williams, Esq., Dorothy Lennon, Dominique Simpson, Chris Writes, Laura M. Quainoo, Ingryd Lo Tierzo Silva, we are waiting for your useful stories!
The official pub for FACE (Foundation of African Americans for Civic Empowerment), is a collective of writers of Color and Black activists who write about Race, Culture, Equality, Religion, Music, Politics, Economics, Poetry, & History. We amplify critical thinking and analysis pertaining to Civil Rights, Human Rights, & Systemic Racism against people of Color, especially Black people. Additionally, we seek to disrupt and destroy the functional characteristics of White Supremacy, and work towards the building, repair and maintenance of the Black Community to facilitate positive Black identity to positive results.
Thank you much,