This is another eye opening topic that shows the importance of HBCU’s and many peoples lack of knowledge on their incredible history. Lowe openly expresses his lack of knowledge of what an HBCU is and their history. One thing for certain, he is open and willing to learn more about them and their importance. Lowe and Mo also talk about the 4 Primary Principles that are needed in the Black Community.
1. The Attached Family
2. Use of Banks
3. The Church
4. Ownership of grocery stores and gas stations.
Come on in and help Lowe to get educated. Oh! And they guys even talk a little about Stephen A. Smith and his antics.
Are we now the Divided States of America? With so much going on and people turning their attention away from things that don’t directly affect them, how can the Country become United again? Come and listen as we speak on the many things that are currently (past and present) dividing our wonderful and incredible Country.
It is long past time for everyone to do what is NEEDED or NECESSARY in supporting one another. It is time for more whites/caucasians to speak out on what is wrong and to STOP turning a blind eye to racism. Your silence can be heard as being “in agreement” or “cosigning” with the perpetrators or offenders. It is also time for more athletes to truly unite as a team and StandTogether or SIT/KNEEL Together for what is right. “A Team” is a unified Bond of individuals working as a team and acting as a Family. It Is A BROTHERHOOD!! Let’s Go!!
When all things go wrong, who does the burden fall on? Kids never ask to be anointed. They are thrust into these positions by adults and by those who see opportunity within the kid/player. But again, when things don’t work out as planned (by the adults), who is to be held accountable? The Kid?