Unapologetic Black Woman – Takirra Winfield Dixon

Speaker 1 (00:48:33):

You know, you just, I think that the thing is, of course, that white people aren’t used to not being centered. They’re not used to that. They’re used to whatever they want. They, they do. Or they say right. And just like, they just decided that they were going to storm the Capitol. So, you know, they got together and they said, we’re going to go storm this capital. Okay. It’s revolution. Yeah. We’re going to go do that. Right. Right. We had, we even had a whisper of a revolution in that manner, a whisper, all right, mind you, the black Panthers, what they were doing was supporting and providing for their communities. And they were on the FBI watch list. Everybody’s trying to get in and trying to figure out what is it they’re doing? What is it they’re doing feeding people. You know, my, my parents were around when the black Panthers were doing these things and they were living in a community that the black Panthers were trying to support. And my dad said, you know, they, they were feeding, giving kids a breakfast. They were teaching people, the things, they were doing, good things in the community.

Speaker 3 (00:49:42):

That’s right. Like my uncle was a black pants is my shirt is the peoples, the black Panthers were doing it. Right.

Speaker 1 (00:49:51):

They were doing what it was needed. And because of that, all of a sudden, the government was like, um, digging a little too organized. And so I watched Judas in the blood.

Speaker 3 (00:50:05):

That movie is it, that will be, is it, I’ve watched it twice.

Speaker 1 (00:50:12):

My goodness. I watched that. And I was just so like, in my feelings, so in my feelings and I was like, so they decided, because he was too, he could speak too well. And he could, he could rally people from diverse backgrounds. He had to go because God forbid, you guys do anything that will uplift you. Right. Right.

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