Since we know who the real enemy is, the predator to Black America, then we can begin to objectively see that we are hunted on one side, our poor are caged in on the other and our freedom of expressions of anger and rage are squeezed in the middle in order to not offend...the predator. So in our frustration, the anger manifests itself in our community. It is directed at our men, women, children and internally which affects our health. In addition, we question our own sanity and self worth.
Anger and rage are destructive. But let us repurpose it into our own constructive, powerfully freeing and uplifting formation to change our collective position of being prey.