Last night at #Network Me and Phil G rockin “I Ain’t…
Last night at #Network Me and Phil G rockin “I Ain’t On That” (Remix) :: #HardDrive every Wednesday at #Network
16th Street Baptist Church, located in Birmingham, Alabama. A rallying point for civil rights activity, and often used as a meeting place for leaders like MLK.
The morning of Sunday, Sept 15th 1963, 26 children were walking into the basement to prepare for a sermon…………..
A bomb exploded.
Taking the lives of Addie Mae Collins (14yrs old), Denise McNair (11yrs old), Carole Robertson (14yrs Old) & Cynthia Wesley (14yrs Old)
The explosion destroyed the back area, but eerily a stained glass window remained in tact, which showed Christ leading a group of children.
This was a turning point in the Civil Rights movement.
Immediately after this post, I’ll be honoring the 4 girls with their own feature.
In 1997 HBO did a documentary on this very story called “4 Little Girls”, I didn’t thoroughly understand the impact of this act then. At the age of 33, I OVERstand it now.
Let that marinate!!!!Read more
Get this through ya head you *insert racial slur* mafac* you, you only exist out here cause of me. Without me every wise guy will take a piece of your *insert racial slur* ass. You’ve been warned don’t ever go over my fucn head again #tbt #nickysantoro #toomuchflossingtoomuchsamrothsteinRead more
Never forget the moment you begin to doubt, transitionin from fittin in to standing out.
A surreal feeling to rock in front of 1000’s
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