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Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S., running about 2.4 million businesses around the country. That equates to 47% of all women-owned businesses and an estimated $386.6 billion in revenues. Yet, even after turning their passion projects and side hustles into companies, many African American women entrepreneurs are subjected to the same racial and gender-based biases that propelled them to leave traditional workplace settings in the first place.
How can you call yourself a leader of the black struggle and you don’t even live in the struggle with the people you profess to lead?? Where’s the pro black shit when sisters are strung out on pills, and selling their kids food stamps just to get high?? Stealing out of stores just to put school clothes on their kids backs!! I’m around kids who see theft as a measure of survival. Kids who have been brainwashed and materialized by the music and entertainment industry. Alcoholics who’ve lost all faith in themselves because the system has beaten them down year after year, hour on top of hour. Mothers who do anything just to keep a roof over their heads, brothers who work everyday just to see all their hard earned money taken by child support and living expenses. We are in trouble! We need help!! Too many black people are starving!!! And it’s only getting worse because everybody is pro black but no one is examining the factors that create the Black struggle!! It’s a 360 degree cycle!!! If they not telling you the real shit don’t listen to em!! #problack#fakerevolution#fakeniggas#houseniggas#blackexploiters#knowledgeispower#breakthechains#fightthepower
So many people try to discount biracial people's experiences and their part in pushing the culture forward. Yet, they are the individuals who often can understand the complexities of different races the most. Their experiences have often paved the way for so many others to follow. Chelsi being the FIRST @MissUsa to become @MissUniverse of African descent is no different. She always lived her life to show people how united we could be instead of focusing on things to separate us. Though I definitely will miss this Queen, I post these pictures of the ever inspiring Chelsi Smith to pay homage to not only a beautiful woman but a courageous and humble spirit. Regardless of the fact that we competed in different systems (her in Miss Universe and myself in Miss America) she directly encouraged me to not only embrace my authentic self in competition but in LIFE. And I love her so much for it. Yet again, she set the standard of inspiring and uniting instead of separating in regards to race, pageant systems and in life. Even though she is no longer with us, her legacy remains in the lives and legacies of so many people, beauty queen & others ... and it especially lives in me.
Love you Queen🙏💓 @chelsi_smith1 #LongLoveTheQueen#RestInPeace#MissUniverse#MissUSA#CancerSucks#BlackGirlsReign