Blacks are suffering like no other race in America, always have, and still are today. But ask yourself, what do racists ultimately want? To deny us jobs? I can see that. To prevent us from getting a higher education? Sure. But ultimately, racists want us gone. And unfortunately they’re winning. They are winning the numbers game. Whoever scores the most wins. Every life lost is a score for the opposition. We see the battle being raged on three fronts. One, the high disproportionate rate of abortion among blacks. Two, the higher mortality rate among blacks. And three, the higher infant mortality rate among blacks. Addressing the numbers on these three fronts will fix black America.
Push them aside
Putting our hope in the system to make change is a lost cause. They feed us lines to win our support for their own pursuits. Pursuits that do not have our interest in mind. We must push the politicians aside and take action ourselves to solve the problems we face.
Quickly, reduce abortion rate
How can reducing the numbers of abortion help fix black America? To answer that, you need to ask, “what would it take to eliminate the need for women to seek an abortion?” The answer is bridging the gap. Bridging the gap of what’s broken and of utmost importance for any group of people, the family. By establishing free childcare for all black children ages 0-5 yrs old, we can bridge the family gap and achieve the following:
- Time for all parents to pursue jobs and/or education.
- Safe places for all black children to operate five days a week.
- Provide every black child with basic pre-k education fundamental to being competitive in school out the gate.
- Keep the community growing at a rate consistent with the other races in order to maintain power at the polls 100+ years from now.
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Solve The City Recommendations
- Childcare operations to be run by a single non-profit organization, one per state.
- All churches to offer their facilities five days a week for childcare services.
- All facilities are outfitted with CCTV to help ensure the safety of children.
- Employers to offer one or two days paid time off to individuals who would volunteer to support the childcare services.
- Childcare services available from 6am – 6pm.
- Children are taught basic pre-k education to set them up for success moving forward.
- Pre-K proficiency examination/data gathering for all kids moving out of services and into kindergarten.
Reject the southern lifestyle
Solve The City’s segmentation of the data for the problem of higher mortality rate amongst blacks lead us to a hypothesis that the southern lifestyle, likely eating habits, has had a negative affect on mortality rate amongst both whites and blacks. Our model being,
“The southern lifestyle ( eating habits, etc.) plus a majority of blacks residing in the south and/or have taken the southern lifestyle with to another region, is driving the overall mortality rate difference between whites and blacks.”
Now we know, that, the south has not been good for blacks in the past, except, so we thought, the food. Yet, even the food is possibly having a negative impact on our life expectancy. If so, we need to reject it, so that:
- Our grandparents stay around for a long time to pass on knowledge and help support the family.
- Our fathers stay around for a long time to help their kids grow into men.
- Our wives give birth to babies that are at a lower risk of infant mortality in its first year. There’s a link between unhealthy living and higher rates of infant mortality.
However, even though blacks currently have a higher mortality rate, the data suggests, in regions other than the south, that blacks live as long or even longer than whites. This is good news simply because it shows that closing the gap is very much achievable.
We need to bridge the family gap that exist in the black community by putting in place a childcare system that is free and is capable of maximum positive impact by its coverage capabilities. This system will allow dads and moms to pursue jobs and/or education while knowing that their child is in good hands. It will ease concerns about being able to raise a child, decreasing the number of aborted black babies. Also, we need to focus on healthy living so that we’re around as long as possible for our children and grandchildren. Otherwise, if times are hard now with all that is going on, how will our children deal with life without us in the years to come?
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