UrCelph argues that as Black people, we need to come to the reality that “we are not meant to come together as one people,” based on the fact that we are so divided in our view. He centers on the distinction between Black people who want to integrate and Black people who want to do for self, focus on building Black businesses and communities, etc. By positioning this against integration, it is unclear if he promotes ‘strong Black nationalism’ (having a separate sovereign nation,) or ‘weak Black nationalism,’ (buying Black, having Black pride, having a Black first mentality, etc. without having a fully separate nation.) Either way, he argues that we can’t completely unite as a people because of these differences.
What do y’all think about his point? It seems that these words could be said with a spectrum of meanings behind them. Most of us would reject Candace Owens and those in her ilk because it is clear they are invested in and benefitting from anti-Blackness. What about Black people that want to integrate? Black people that want to seek solutions through the electoral system? Weak nationalists vs. strong nationalists? Where do you draw up the lines, and how many Black people do you exclude by the way you draw things up? Let us know your thoughts.
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