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The Left is Destroying King’s Dream of Equality For All
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.
I have a dream that one day out in the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slaveowners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.
I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by their character.
(Excerpt from Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1963: I Have A Dream Speech)
In honor of Martin Luther King’s birthday, the hosts of “After Dark” welcome author and public speaker, Barbara From Harlem and Bebe Diamond, to discuss his dream and teachings. Barbara is the author of the wildly popular book “Escaping The Racism of Low Expectations.” She shares with the hosts the damage the left has done in the black community by making them believe they are victims and viewing them through a prism of low expectation. Barbara’s view is that black people have the ability to be just as successful as anyone else living in the greatest country in the world.
Barbara From Harlem, as she is affectionately known, is a native New Yorker. Her young life was molded and shaped by her family of five children and in the environment of urban America where she is attended elementary, junior high and high school. After the unfortunate collapse of her parent’s marriage, she was thrown into the pool of poverty and just scraping by. Life was not easy, but her mother as the main source of physical survival, worked hard and diligently to provide the essentials of life. She did not depend on the government to deliver the meals and shelter that the children required; which was a lesson we learned and needed as Barbara faced life with her own five children and a failed marriage. She got the name “Barbara from Harlem” from former WABC radio host, Jay Diamond. He suggested she use the handle when she called into his show to speak out against the verdict in the O.J. Simpson during the late 90s. She was dubbed the “Godmother of Black Conservatives” by Darius Mayfield of the “Not Black, Not White, American” Podcast. Her weekly live-stream show on Facebook (“Our Urban Story”) is viewed by thousands. Barbara wrote her compelling and inspirational memoir, “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations,” to chronicle her journey from liberal –by-default to Conservative. The memoir has been endorsed by radio and TV host Mark Levin, whose show she has been a guest on.
Bebe Diamond is an advocate for the re-building of the black family, as she has seen the devastation of the fatherless generation up close and personal. Her passion for the black family has led her to start a ministry and non-profit aimed at helping the broken black man, whom she says is the cornerstone of the black family. In addition to the ministry, Diamond is the assistant to Barbara From Harlem, a nationally recognized speaker and author who has been dubbed the godmother of the black conservative movement. Diamond wrote the introduction to Barbara From Harlem’s compelling and inspirational memoir “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations.”
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