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Hello to All! It’s been several weeks since I have posted on this blog. I’m always so busy creating something.
Anyway, without saying too much, and losing your interest, please click on the following video (it might take sometime to load). You will learn a thing or two here. I’ll post some clips on what her syndicated show entails for the most part. Enjoy.
Nigga (/ˈnɪɡə/) is a colloquial term used in African American Vernacular English that began as an eye dialect form of the word nigger, an ethnic slur against black people. In some dialects of English, the word is pronounced the same as nigger, including where common speech is non-rhotic.
Whether you choose to acknowledge it or not, create your own reality to justify the use of the term, or simply don’t care, the fact remains that the term “Nigga” was birthed by “Nigger.” The word is charged with darkness and hate, and the use of it will continue to have its subconscious psychological effects, even if you are in denial of it. Let’s also keep in mind that this word, if used in the UK or South Africa, is an actual charge.
I’ve been learning about other people’s history all of my years thus far. Then when I even have the opportunity to learn about my own ancestors, I get a recycling of the same historical figures…over and over again. It wasn’t until I started doing my own research, that I discovered just how much history is out there. If you are uncomfortable with this post, then that’s good; you’ve learned something today…I just got started. I appreciate all of world history, but when these figures are hidden, I have to wonder why, and just what else is being hidden and not being filtered into the education system and the world for that matter. #book #books #blackhistory #class #classess #classmate #classmates #education #homework #instagood #hiddenfigures #peer #history #school #student #students #teacher #teachers #textbook #textbooks #work (at Bergenfield, New Jersey)