First blog post

I started a blog because I often find myself in the “notes” app on my phone with so many thoughts that only I can see. I just feel like whether you agree with me or not, the benefits of just knowing my viewpoints are outstanding. This is laughable, but true. Whether it be about makeup, food, politics, or just a look into my mind, it’s all worth the read.  Stick around & you’ll see. Oh, & I’m Bria. Feel free to introduce yourselves in the comments if you happen to come across my blog. If you find a topic that you believes is worth the read, shoot it at me.. if you wonna hear my opinion about whom or whatever, just ask. I’m here for me, but I enjoy the company. 🙂

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Two years ago today I made this post on Facebook. I feel it’s still very much relevant now, so why not make it my starter blog… lol…

My white coworker (whom I’m cool with) just sat here & watched a Facebook video of these African Americans ripping a confederate flag off a white mans truck & said “so it’s okay for them to walk around with a red black & green flag (pan African flag), but they have an issue with white people having confederate flags”… Well for one, The three Pan-African colors on the flag represent: Red: the blood that unites all people of Black African ancestry, and shed for liberation; Black: black people whose existence as a nation, though not a nation-state, is affirmed by the existence of the flag; and power. Green: the abundant natural wealth of Africa.. With no negative connotation associated with it, how can it be compared to the confederate flag when the Confederate battle flag has been a flashpoint for racial tensions for decades. Its supporters say it is a symbol of Southern heritage, while anyone with a brain & knowledge of Americas history can argue that this flag represents slavery & racism. When has the Pan African flag ever offended anyone with logical reason…? Lol. I’m just saying, educate yourselves.. #GoodEveningBTW 😊