Confession: I work for a small business that is run by Ethiopians. While they are very very nice people and committed to their work, I can’t help but feel I’m inferior to them. They give off this vibe. They make way more than me even though I do most work (I take care of payroll too). I heard some time ago that most Africans do not like or care much for us black Americans. I didn’t want to believe that but there are some days at work where it seems apparent. Especially amongst the women.
These are some opals that I will have available soon. They are the best of each of their regions. Once these are in pendants or available for custom work, I will be more than happy to work out payment plans for any interested customers.
These are: Quilpie boulder opal (2), Coober Pedy precious opal, Ethiopian welo opal, Duck Creek wood opal, Koroit boulder opal, and finally, an incredibly rare Virgin Valley, Nevada opal.
My name is Brooklynn Rose🌹
Born and raised in Hawaii. My father was in the army so I’ve been stationed almost half of United States. My mother is Jamaican and My father was Ethiopian and African American. I’m a 22 year old, R&B Singer🎤Music is my life. I use to live in L.A but moved to Manhattan, New York. I’m kind of new to this Tumblr thing so bare with me😓😝I’m a real chill person who likes to have fun. So please don’t hesitate to say hello😘🙌🏽 because I am really nice and I’m looking for friends to hang out in New York😊I bounce back from L.A and New York from time to time because of my career.
Eritrean soldiers during the 30-year long Eritrean War of Independence between Eritrean forces and the Ethiopian government. Women made up 30% of Eritrea’s army of 100,000 soldiers and were a popular symbol of the liberation effort.
Eritrea won its independence in 1993 women were given 30% of the seats
in parliament and gained new legal rights. However some complained that
they were treated more respectfully as fighters than they were as
Is it bad that I highly believe that had the black power movement stayed with the monist movement, BLM would never exist?
Like jews were friends with King and X, both sides affiliated with the judaic struggles. Everyone against you doesn’t mean step down or lay off, but stand up stronger. A strong river current doesn’t mean strop trying to build bridges, but build them stronger.
But when the palestinian bullshit came in, the self perpetuating victim complex cycle…..the new black community ran towards that and turned their back on the Jews. The rich, powerful evil jews. The bullshit propaganda their community once helped fight, they now ate up.
And its depressing. Because I bet American-Ethiopian jews have it the hardest. Turn their back on their religion and ethnic roots, or on their racial roots? And it’s stratifying the jewish community.
I just…. I wish that this picture would never have fallen from the minds eye of the Black-Jewish community, the love and power we shared: