Baltimore, Maryland: My People Are Destroyed For Lack Of Knowledge! – Dr. Ramona Brockett

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Dr. Ramona Brockett explains why Baltimore Maryland is the epicenter of racism & oppression in America & connects the dots that have gone unseen for years!

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  • VintageandPerfect

    As brother Neely fuller has taught me I use the logic. American media
    teaches us to praise those whom they choose. They killed Martin after
    slavery and Harriet actively freed thousands of slaves unknown to the white
    supremacist and now she a hero and we gonna put her on a bill? I swear the
    Dr and I are on the same spirit- I literally read an article that was
    speaking about Jewish reparations – its literally on Wikipedia. Why are we
    not acknowledged? Why does the US not consider our communities a part of
    the US and allow them to be destroyed / use the logic – the term controlled
    demolition is accurate. I’m developing the courage to use my mouth and not
    be afraid- thanks to both of u – great platform

  • Dr. Ramona Brockett

    Scott Grey, I understand. It is not easy to swallow a pill that says she
    was anything other than a national hero. We only know what we read; and,
    the history books inform us that Harriet Tubman was/is one of our first
    American hertha–who was also a woman! It is sad, however, that at this
    point in our economic history, when two new currencies have recently been
    introduced to our economy in an effort to compete with euro and Asian
    currenciess, we NOW place an African American on our “currency????”….
    well…….interesting….

  • Scott Grey

    I don t think Harriet Tubman is characterized correctly in this video. I
    actually like Dr. Ramona Brockett, but I think its a reach to say that
    slaves needed to be led to slaughter in order to fulfill her role as a
    UNION spy. Especially since former slaves became vital as soldiers in the
    union. Much of her work during the war was as a nurse cook and spy,
    because she knew the land and had a network of former slaves that also knew
    the land and she was able to gather position location, supply line routes,
    etc. of the confederate army.

    I think its a stretch to say that she was simply “allowed” to do what she
    did because of having an inside track as an “agent”. During that time many
    people were underground doing things without capture.

  • Ick Icky

    I enjoy Dr Brockett’s approach of topics from different angles. Im a big
    fan of critical thinking and analysis. Looking forward to more.

  • K. Halli

    You are so blissed to have great access to fresh food ..

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