In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I wanted to break down jealousy culture among black society. Being that black people have been historically and modernly starved for resources, we often see another black who is prosperous and excelling as them somehow “taking away opportunities from us.”
Where did this mindset of how we feel about each other originate? This mindset is a cancer to our progress as black people, and I wanted to provide what I feel is a solution to our culture of despising the success of those who look like us. Feel free to join the conversation.
One Love & One Justice,
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