the mogul minute : here's your #timeforachange playlist to get you through the weekend!
So I started writing and pressed the delete button ten times. I still can't embrace the fact that The Obama's have officially left The White House after eight years. I just can't accept it or better yet I don't want to. However to see their last speeches as President and First Lady and to see them carry themselves with pride, excellence, strength, and love through out the years will never be forgotten. Even today as they exited the presidential realm they still stood strong, hopeful, and proud. I am forever inspired and moved by their leadership, kindness, family, intelligence, and vision. I voted for the first black president of the United States with my grandmother and mother in 2009 and again in 2012. Now at 25, I can say that I've witnessed eight years of a black family that powerfully and lovingly called The White House home. As parents, as President and First lady, and as two individuals that cherished education showed the world that "Yes We Can" achieve greatness in the United States of America. For months we've witness the ups and downs of debates, protests, and racism at high levels during this campaign and election. Some of us thought that 2017 would be the first time we'd have a woman serve as president. Only for things to not go as we imagined ( but we will one day ) . Today as I viewed the inauguration ( do you think I was going to not see my President and First Lady shine ?) I literally watched the television in shock. Did the though of is this really happening ever cross your mind, anytime ? Yet the new president was sworn in and the crowd cheered. Protesters all across the U.S let their voices be heard and that isn't going to stop. We can be hopeful, we can be strong , we have to really continue to unite as the people and speak out about change in this country. We all come from different backgrounds and we may not relate to the new president or agree with what he says or does. We just have to remember that we have to do our part we can't rely on just him to do everything. So as we get ourselves together, cope, and focus on our families , dreams, and how we can make each other better , here's a few songs with a message to listen to this weekend. Here is your Time For A Change Playlist .
TIME FOR A CHANGE PLAYLIST
1 . Beyonce Ft Kendrick Lamar - Freedom
2. Kendrick Lamar - Alright
3. Joey Bada$$4 - Land of the Free
4. J.Cole - High For Hours
5. Dee-1 - Against Us
6. Trey Songz - Stand
7. K.Michelle- Forward
8.Janelle Monae - Isn't This The World
9.Tupac - Changes
10.Nas - I Can
11.Common - The People
12.Jeezy ft Jay Z - My President is Black (Remix)
13.Talib Kweli - Get By
14.Mos Def - Mathematics
15.Mos Def - Fear Not Of Man
16.Destinys Child - Stand Up For Love
17. T.I, London Jae, Translee - Letter To The System
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