This for sure, could go on for centuries, especially given that the Americans, for centuries have been horrid, despicable, murderers and sick in their actions from slavery, through Jim Crowe laws to our present day structural inequality! I feel if the majority ever issues a public plea, African Americans may find it easier to overcome the natural alienation that anyone would feel having gone through this perpetual ordeal. This plea should not only be in words but in actions, such as giving respect, honor, love, as in money as in programs, as in assurance that they matter, that they are extremely important and vital to this country as inhalation is vital to the continuation of life!!! It is they who have built our transportation, agriculture, construction industries, it is they who have made our country unique in culture, art, dance, music, it is they who have brought the initial diversity to our waters, it is they who have carried the weight of our wars, our economy, our bigotry, our inequality on their very backs. We, the majority, have an obligation, a debt to African Americans and it starts with showing extreme gratitude, deference, loyalty and by making economic and social policy that addresses their real needs, hopes and dreams so that we can help them rise to a mountain top where all humans belong! Americans owe our fellow African Americans at least that!.

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L’Italia è un po’ come la casa in cui non ho mai vissuto. Credo che il popolo Zulu e gli italiano abbiano aspetti culturali comuni e in Italia ho incontrato un’atmosfera molto spontanea e congeniale in cui presentare il mio lavoro. L’industria della moda italiana valorizza e pone particolare attenzione ai tessuti, all’arte e l’artigianalità e ho sentito che il mio lavoro viene compreso qui proprio in virtù di questo apprezzamento che entrambi condividiamo: il modo in cui la cultura si traduce in tessuti e mestieri.”.