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Who are the leaders of the so-called Black community today? Set some names out there and lets take a look at them. Let's take a close look, a microscopic look! In fact let's dissect them, like in biology and find out exactly who (and what) they are! What do they know that we don't know? Are they really serious about "leading"? And most of all, to where are they leading us? The primrose path is not a winding course, it is straight and narrow, but most times disguised with....signs of promises!

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Comment by E Donelson II on October 19, 2010 at 7:17am
After the next response, which I know will be a castigation of sorts, I will delete this post!
Comment by E Donelson II on October 19, 2010 at 7:15am
CNN and other media make direct reference to individuals in the Black community as "leaders" and we accept it as so, never calling them to task for making such...referrals. Let me ask, then, who are these so called "leaders" in the Black community and it quickly becomes a quiz show or something. Damn! What is the point is trying to stimulate conversation with anyone if they are quick to assume that I am being...what...stoopid or something? Why would I want to argue with anyone about this?
CNN recently referred to Al Sharpton as a "Black Leader", therefore my question seems to ask, "is he"? Or "what makes him one"? It hard to give credence to people who want to be thought of as 'intellegent' when it appears that they cannot converse on a level so...simple!
Comment by E Donelson II on October 19, 2010 at 6:54am
Molefi, why do you insist on making this something other than what it is? This is not some random, rhetorical non-sense that I'm posing...just a simple query as to "who are the leaders of the so-called Black community". It is not an argument and I am not looking to debate anyone here. If you don't want to provide any kind of answer then please stop throwing questions back at me that do not fit, at this point.
Comment by Aaron (Al) Lewis on October 18, 2010 at 7:58pm
If you meet Jesus on the road kill him.
Comment by E Donelson II on October 18, 2010 at 6:21pm
No, Molefi, I am not asking for any one to represent me, as I have not only earned the right to represent myself but would not have it any other way. Let us not stray from the question; who are the leaders of the so called Black community today? Or who is alleged "representing" the community.
Comment by Clifford Black on October 18, 2010 at 4:32pm
Namaska Molefi,
Me too!!! All I could find was me and I AM. When I examine others I find elephant manure!!! I also had to look at the real problem and in doing so I found myself. Hope we still have time to get this right.
Comment by Clifford Black on October 18, 2010 at 4:25pm
This conversation is like the rolling growing snowball, it is evolving-----I am thinking "What if just a few pay attention to what these Brothers are saying"? Then just maybe something can be done to correct the madness!!!Please keep it GROWING........
Comment by E Donelson II on October 18, 2010 at 1:00pm
Well if we considered 'personality' as litmus for a leader then yeah let's propose a look at women also. Among the few who would garner 'consideration', I would guess Condelezza Rice might be considered. As to weather or not she passed the 'test' I wouldn't know what other than her serving as an operative of a past president would make her viable. Maybe I should have asked for "a representative or spokesperson". I suspect that even then there would still be the question of 'what form of government' would be enacted.
Comment by Clifford Black on August 7, 2010 at 12:56pm
People are not yet ready to examine their own mental positions about how they see the world that they live in and how they are a part of the madness!!! They participate in their schools social science class and have such profundity when writng papers in order to get a grade. Most folk just want to give back the same program that has been received in order to get the degree which now allows them to think that "I have arrived". Your question is relevant and pertinent, it is just not the right time, because, "they" are not ready.
Comment by E Donelson II on August 7, 2010 at 3:17am
Al, the thing that really gets me is that none are really worth examining. They all seem to fit into the same outward appearance and their actions are relative to their "positions" as so-called leaders. So let this question just be...perhaps...aborted?

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