Black Wall Street Video – Fight Back Media Group

This is a video explaining what Black Wall Street was and what happened there. The most frustrating thing about all of this that even in this very informative video it doesn’t put forth with enough power to use that very same strength to rebuild something as powerful. The video alludes that Black people no longer have the ability mentally or culturally to rebuild something similar. Fight Back Media Group is of the mind that Black Americans have the inate ability to solve what is the biggest problem they have, economics!

The continuous drone from the left that tries to have minorities singularly focused on race is the message that has hamstrung the development or redevelopment of other “Black Wall Streets.!”

8 thoughts on “Black Wall Street Video – Fight Back Media Group”

  1. I am sorry but maybe you don’t really know whats going on. There is movement going with in the black community to build their own business. No, It has nothing to do with Black Lives Matter and its independent. I am sorry but reading this blog I actually believe that Tariq Nasheed gives better advice.

    1. I am not here to give advice. I am not here to tell anyone what to do. I do believe that the left continues to push Black to focus on race at every turn. I even said that Black should focus on building business and community. I am stumped as where you have a problem with my position as it seems to match your own.

  2. This the problem I have with black conservative they try to speak and act and don’t acknowledge their blackness. Being un-apologetically black is very popular right now. I mean to me your doing same thing that black lives matter is doing. They align themselves with some democrat ideals. Which is what white liberals care about. You align yourself with republican ideals this is what white conservatives care about. It is my opinion that black people should not get into this debate about democrats vs republicans or liberals vs conservatives. This why I am independent; I mean neither party has the black community in mind if you really think about it.
    If the black community talks about race and you don’t want to someone else will. We have Dr. Claude Anderson, Tariq Nasheed, Damon Dash, Umar Johnson and many more. And they don’t just talk race either they talk about building business and education. Don’t get me wrong Mr. Lawson I sometimes agree with conservatives other times with liberals. I totally agree with you when said Collin Kaepernick could do more then just stay sited for national anthem. I just wish that black conservatives could be un-apologetically black too. Stop pandering to white conservatives and do your own thing.

    1. I don’t know what to tell you if you think I am pandering at all. You don’t know me well enough I guess. To make the assumption that I am pandering and I somehow don’t believe the things that I am saying, I am afraid you are mistaken. I think that ( although I can in now way speak for anyone but myself) most of the Black conservatives I know are unapologetically black. A number of that I know personally, worked and still do work in the Black community and are very much tied to their own ethnicity. What you are missing is the fact that we have been able to bring light to some White conservatives. They are starting to see what we are saying. So there is agreement, and is that a bad thing? Lynn, at 55 years old I have learned that walking around like Micheal from “Good Times” is not the most effective strategy to bring the level of change that is so badly needed. I if you think that a more gentle and respectful approach is pandering then there is nothing I can do for you. I guess what you are saying is that I am not Black enough for you?

  3. This has nothing to do with being black enough. Its about being un-apologetically black even around white conservatives who you know won’t agree with you. I myslef am in my late 20s and I can not name one un-apologetically black person that’s a republican.

    1. You will have to define that term. I walk in this skin everywhere I go. I speak in the way I speak everywhere I go. I am not sure if I know what you mean. I know I have run for political office twice where I live and have been me the entire time.

      I spend a great deal of time energy and effort working for the betterment of my community. I do think it boils down to being ” Black enough” for you. It is crappy when I say it that way but, that is what you are talking about!

  4. Will Mr. Lawson the definition of being un-apologetically black is different for me. What it means to me is to be able to talk about black issues within the black community and not apologize for it. I don’t know any black conservative that speaks like Malcolm X and does not apologize for it. I am sorry about leaving comments. I think I’ll just go back and listen to my favorite thinkers Dr. Boyce Watkins and Dr. Claude Anderson. I wish you luck with fight back media I really do just remember that you should be your own boss. If your not then you won’t be king of your own castle.

    1. Thanks for dropping by… I will always be my own person. Please understand that I am not apologizing for anything. Acknowledging our condition and taking responsibility for what is appropriate is not pandering or apologizing. Blaming White people for every ill certainly appeals to White liberal though… Thanks again for dropping by.

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