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YES I AGREE TO THIS WHOLE ARTICLE ALL CHILDREN RED AND YELLOW BLACK AND WHITE ARENT WE ALL IN THIS IN ONE WORLD? ARENT WE ALL PLACED ON THIS EARTH TO LIVE IN PEACE LOVE AND IN ONE ACCORD? I LOVE EVERYONE AND I HOPE FOR LOVE BACK.
RE: Chrisry Crouch
Although it would be ideal if we lived in a world that perfectly practice peace and love in one accord, we do not. It would be ideal if we could just simply love everyone and receive love back in genuine reciprocation. But because this is not the case, we have to prepare our children for the battles that they will face on a daily basis. It’s unfortunate when you have to explain to a young child why no one in their history book looks like them. And it’s unfortunate when you have to explain to a change the events of slavery, Jim Crow laws, or even explain to them modern racism. But simply ignoring the problem and pretending that we live in a utopia will do our children no justice. If we act in such a manner, they will enter the world blind-folded to the injustices that are bound to happen to them. All children, red, yellow, black and white, are in this world. And all children should be treated with the same respect, level of dignity, concern and care. But all children will not get this kind of response from people. It’s the world that we live in, and it would be such an unfortunate injustice to our kids if we failed to explain to them their obstacles to come because we ourselves were not comfortable with the truth.
Superstar Stevie Wonder and South African Trumpeter Hugh Masekela will headline Ghana’s tribute concert to our GUBA 2010 Lifetime Achievement Winner Osibisa. The group is credited for their well known hits such as ‘Welcome Home’ and ‘Sunshine’.
Concert is scheduled for June 1, 2012