Georgia Sunday Afternoon SupremeUltimate boxing #3

For your uplift and edutainment, enjoy the flow.  Many times Picutures Speak Louder than Words!





2 comments on “Georgia Sunday Afternoon SupremeUltimate boxing #3

  1. Bless Ensayn!

    You know, I respect Lady Saw but this particular video has really made me respect her more. Growing up in the U.S. but influenced by Nigerian culture, I knew at a young age that not having children was perhaps the worst kind of tragedy for an Igbo woman. That you really weren’t a woman till you had kids. After having children, I realized how harmful that idea is. Sometimes even deadly as I watch relatives and friends and acquaintances doing everything and anything they can to have children. It’s so empowering as a woman (and equally important to men) to be complete and whole without having any children. You’re not less of a man or a woman without children. Give thanks. I love this new music series btw. 🙂

  2. Peace Chi-Chi,
    Yes this was a song that women needed to hear, especially women of the Black collective. Even in the Black American culture our parents will begin to ask when they can expect to see grandchildren coming once we begin crossing that age 30 line. I am sure the pressure the pressure is not the same, but you will begin to hear the little gossip like “i wonder whats wrong with him’ or “what is she waiting on” starts being bandied about.
    This whole CD by Lady Saw, Walk out, had a few songs that were very uplifting. I believe its on my Hottest CD list over at Ensayn Reality.

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