Unprofessional Black Business

Yesterday afternoon myself and my wife went to make market. On our say back we saw a stand selling mask with a black man operating it. I’ve always been a deep hearted person when it came to supporting my own people. Sometimes as a black people ignorance to our own can get in the way of our progress. The distrust we have for one another, to scamming and stealing…

This guy as selling mask, gloves and different kinds of sanitation. Bottles of sanitation price ranged from $5-$25. And masks at $5-$10. We bought 4 designer N95 masks. When we got home my wife decided t check cut one to see if it was real- it was not. This guy wanted every dollar. No, we didn’t ask for a cheaper price. Our thing was to support black. How am I suppose to feel about this. I wont allow that to break my strive to support our culture and people mentally, spiritually and with finance. How! why? When our black business owners rather get over, straight out have bad business, rude or believe the propaganda stereo type characterized on their own people. We’re no good, thieves, always want hand outs. But for us who fully support our people suffer for this. When will it change?

Published by The Heart Attack Chronicles

What can I say to make anyone more accepting of me and who I am? I'm trying to find me as a man and human being. Most of my life has been a lot to handle, describe and deal with. I have a lot of issues. The good thing is the universe has blessed my intelligence, respect, a heart, courage and strength.

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