The Constitution Does NOT See Color: Justice for the 2 Justins in the Tennessee Congress

Racism, bigotry and discrimination are all unconstitutional. Ultimately, the Constitution is blind, and the color of a man’s skin has no more significance than the color of his eyes, as per Bob Marley via Haile Salassie.

For some reason Justin Jones invokse the spirit of Thomas Sankara for me, one of the greatest Pan-Africanist of our time. Justin Pearson reminds me of Stokely Carmichael. A change must come, and the change begins with us. Each one of us, must epitomize a Founding Father, and continue their ground breaking social justice work, by making sure that E Pluribus Unum, “Out of Many One”, is every American’s reality. The United States is our land, as it was the Founding Father’s, and firstly, the Indigenous Tribes of the Continent.

We have to create, the Wakanda, the Founding Father’s envisioned, where the self-evident truth that all men are created equitably is made manifest. It takes work, and we have to put our shoulders to the plow, and make E Pluribus Unum, the reality for black, brown and indigenous people in the United States of America.

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