Peggy Hubbard New Follow Up Reply To Viral Black Lives Matter Video St. Louis
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[Peggy Hubbard New Follow Up Reply To Viral Black Lives Matter Video St. Louis]
[Peggy Hubbard:] Source: LYBIO.net
Good morning, everyone, first off, I want to say that I apologize for my language yesterday, that’s not me, that’s not who Peggy is, Peggy was very upset yesterday because of the deterioration of our society and our neighborhoods and losing that little girl, as a mother, as a wife, as a grand mother, I have a grand-child that age, and it broke my heart because what if it was my grand-son, grand-daughter, and I do apologize for my language and my mother did teach me better than that. That being said, I’m going to refrain from using that kind of language, again, and I apologize.
Secondly, 3.9 million hits, it says a lot, it tells me that somebody is listening to me and value what I offer, what I have to say. And what I have to say is a lot.
And I thought about walking away and putting it all down and stuffing it away and just walking away but, given all the comments I received both black and white saying don’t stop, we need your voice. I’m gonna try to keep going.
I have a lot to say. Where do you start? Well, you start here.
[gasps] I don’t have all the answers, I don’t know everything. There are a lot of negative out there, a lot of negative people telling me, you know, you’re not black anymore, you know, we don’t consider you black anymore cause you’re not on our side, excuse me, I didn’t know there was a side to be on.
The only thing I know, I see; right and I see wrong.
I see good, I see bad.
This is not a race issue, this is not and it never has been a race issue, people made it about race, this is not about race, this is about morals, this is about accountability, and responsibility.
We have to be responsible for the things we do, and the things we say.
Last night, they had another homicide. Another murder.
Another person dead.
[Peggy Hubbard:] Source: LYBIO.net
And again we are saying Black Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter, White Lives Matter, Asian Lives Matter, Hispanic Lives Matter, Lithuanian Lives Mater, Russian Lives Matter – life in general matters, but until it matters to you, America, black america, white america, until it matters to you, as an individual, it’s never going to mater, it’s never gonna get better, and there’s gonna be this divide, this divide is there because we built it, we put this divide there, we put this wall up, it’s never ever gonna get better until we admit that there is a problem in our community, when you have 8 year-olds, 7 year-olds, a couple of weeks ago in Soulard, Soulard is in an area that is downtown St. Louis, right by Busch Stadium, very nice area, these children were down near car-jacking people at 8 years old, what does that tell you about their home life, where are their parents, when they are out car-jacking people at 8 years old, and then when the police comes and confronts them, if they have a weapon and they hold that weapon and draw that weapon and they point it at a cop and they have to shoot that baby, and then you are going to blame the police, you can’t blame the police for doing their jobs, you gotta hold the people responsible and accountable and that is their parents.
I held my self accountable for my children, everything need [ ], my husband and I, we held our-self accountable.
That being said, does it make me a sell-out? Does it make me…. ah… a non-black cause I don’t go along as my grandmother used to say, to go-along you have to get-along. [correction] To get along, you have to go-along, that’s what she used to say, I had it backwards, that’s what she used to say.
She told me to never follow somebody else’s path. You make your own path.
That path is for them – yours is for you, you make your own path.
If your black life matter that much, than make it matter, make it count, it’s not about to white America, black people to give you the things you think you should have, if you think you should have those things, work for them, don’t steal them, earn them. Respect is earned, it’s never given. People do not respect you, if you don’t respect yourself, just like the —- singing song, if you can’t respect yourself, if you can’t anyone else, how do you expect anyone else to respect you too. Respect goes both ways. Perception goes both ways. I’m a black person, this is not a tan, I’m black.
If I saw a person, black male walking down the street, and his pants are hanging off his ass, and he’s got on this shirt and it’s hanging off of him, or and he doesn’t have on his shirt, and his shirt is over his shoulder, and he’s got all these dreadlocks hanging off his head, and his pants are hanging off his butt, I’m gonna be suspect, I’m gonna be suspicious about that person, perception is everything.
And I had a person tell me last night, in their comment, about white privilege, there is no such thing about white privilege, trust me. I have a friend right now on Facebook, a friend, dear friend; that is homeless. That lost his job, that has a family, and he’s white. LYBIO.net
Such much for white privilege, I know white people that can’t pay their house notes. I know white people that can’t buy medicine, I know white people that can’t buy food for their children, and we holla white privilege, there is not such thing as white privilege.
[Peggy Hubbard:] Source: LYBIO.net
Privilege is waking up every morning, going to work, earning a pay check, keep a job, paying your taxes, voting, educating yourself, becoming the person you should be, not the person, the people out there on the street that they want you to be, that is a privilege, nobody gave me anything, I worked and earned for everything I have, worked two jobs, helped raise 6 kids, my two and my husbands 4, did the best we could. Lost one to the system. His choice. Did the best I could. Did all I could. Husband did all he could.
I am not a sell out. I am here to tell you the truth about what’s going on — and if you can not accept that truth for the person who has been where you are, who has been in North St. Louis, who grow up in the Wells/Goodfellow neighborhood that went to inner city high-schools, that did not want the future that she saw on the streets, to join the military, server her country, salute the flag, defend that flag, to come back and watch people wipe their ass – excuse my french, their butts with the flag I defended.
You want to call me a sell out, if that makes you feel better, if that gets you through the night do so, but ask yourself this, what are you doing, as a black individual to help, to heal, to bring together your people? I don’t have all the answers, I don’t have all the solutions but I’m listening, call me names. I don’t care, I can take it. I’ve been called worse. But I’m not going to sit up and hollar Black Lives Matter when we just lost another black life yesterday. But the hands of another black person – that’s my message.
Come after me, attack me. That’s fine.
Tell me I’m not one of you, hey that’s fine too.
I don’t pay you no never mind cause none of you are paying my bills, cause that’s God’s honest truth, so call me what you will.
I know what I am. And I know what my mother raised. My mother raised a strong vibrant intelligent, articulate, educated, strong black woman. This is what she created, I am her legacy. My siblings are her legacy.
I love my black people. I love my white people, I love my Hispanic people, I love my Asian people, my heart is so full of love for people, it has no room for hate. And to the black people that want to attack me, and call me disillusion and the white man is going to turn on me, and I’m just the white mans bed wench, or house nigger. I got called that last night, that’s fine. You just show me your hand – you’re about as uneducated, uncouth, sad, hateful, spiteful person, cause to attack me is to take a look at the mirror at your real self, I am your truth and you don’t want accept it, and you know I’m right, until we get a handle, America on what’s wrong with our country, our people, our community, our race, because the way I see it, it’s not a black race, it’s not a white race, it’s not an Asian race, it’s not a Hispanic race, it’s not a Latin race, it’s a human race. Human Race.
[Peggy Hubbard:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
And right now black community what we’re racing towards is the morgue. Lets stop it. If you want to help me, help me. If you don’t want to help me, get out of the way.
Let other people help me. Get the message out. If I can stand up and say this is wrong, you can too. Have a good day everybody, I will be in touch.
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