I haven’t laughed so hard all year:
“For it is in the ruins of Detroit, which black people have been custodians of since 1973, and in the news of the financial collapse of the city today that any belief in racial equality dies. More so than the Apollo Space Mission proved what white individuals can collectively accomplish when the state sets a course of action.
For Detroit is a reminder of what black individuals can collectively accomplish when the state (the city of Detroit) sets a course of action emboldened by black power…”
If something can’t go on forever, it will stop … eventually. So it was with the long delayed financial collapse of America’s Black Metropolis.