Oh wow,.. now we doing parodies and stuff? This group of students actually did a Chris Brown and Rihanna re-enactment of the 2009 assault on Rihanna for a school assembly in black face. The Question of the Day is two fold.
1. Is it ok to do a a skit based on live events in black face by white students? Should we be taken aback by the behavior or should we be taken aback by the fact that the students actually re-enacted such a violent act upon another human being. Is this a racist act or should we be more concerned with the violent re-enactment itself?
2. What message is being sent to women when you take back an abuser like Rihanna did? In her position as a public figure to many that is saying a lot to her young listeners isn't it?
I can't tell one who to love but I was taught this "A man hit you once he will do it again" I wonder what she is thinking about this ? He has clearly shown a violent side more than once in terms of being able to have a temper tantrum when asked about the incident.
Alright Corner Family have your say about it!.....this is national Domestic Violence Month and in the midst of people like me remembering a mother who was set on FIRE because she believed he would never hit her again, to a sibling have child literally beaten out her womb onto the ground, after taking these violent offenders back time and time again,.. what are YOUR thoughts on Rihanna taking back Chris Brown and what can we tell our young women AND RIHANNA?
What do we need to do to educate our young women and girls about violence and domestic violence of all kinds? What is our role in all of this and where and how do we begin?
Education is part of it....but self esteem is the bigger part of it. If these women had the self esteem to get out and not stay in an abusive relationship, they would get out before one time turns in to 20 times.......it's not worth it, believe me.....also, women need to realize that they can't fix someone, it's totally out of the question....I learned that the hard way