"Trust the vibes you get, energy doesn’t lie."
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"I know that few blacks over here have ever been free. The forms of slavery merely changed at the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation from chattel slavery to economic slavery. If you could see and talk to some of the blacks I meet in here you would immediately understand what I mean, and see that I’m right. They are all average, all with the same backgrounds, and in for the same thing, some form of food getting. About 70 to 80 percent of all crime in the U.S. is perpetrated by blacks, “the sole reason for this is that 98 percent of our number live below the poverty level in bitter and abject misery”!"

George Jackson

Taken from his book “Soledad Brother: The Prison Writings of George Jackson.” (page 68)

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"You’ve got too much soul to be handled by someone who has never been passionate. If he’s never thrown a punch let him at least have tasted the insanity of bringing an idea into existence. Rough palms are better than soft ones, they have been salted by this earth and made into leather. Callouses are evidence he has lived, that he has broken skin and been in pain, over and over and over again and still came back to the source of it. People rub against each other. Don’t marry him if he can’t handle even a little blister."
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