The election is not the place for you to have an emotionally-driven, ideologically, bound-up, tied-up, wrapped-up, entangled-up, relationship with your candidate. An election is where you disengage emotionally and go cold, hard facts.
Who has an agenda for black people?
Who has an agenda that is adjacent to black people?
Who has a school agenda that would benefit black people?
Who has a health agenda that would benefit black people?
Go on down the list and make your decision.
This is were we go by issues and not personalities.
- do not be irate
- follow directions and make it home
- remember my number
- don't just say "call my mom"; what is my name?
- say "my mom's name is..., I live here..."
- don't make sudden movements
- pay attention to your surroundings
- let someone know where you are when you go somewhere
- always have a buddy; don't go places by yourself
Dr. Seku Gathers:
Exercise is fantastic but it will really only maintain you.
If you really want to lose weight, it's about your diet.
One thousand percent. Period. Calories. Calories. Calories.
Dr. Gathers: Fast food. Increase water intake. The body is 75% water. Our muscles are made up of a large percentage of water.
Dr. Gathers: Take your weight and divide by 2. That's the number of ounces per day that you should be drinking.
Dr. Gathers: No. But if you look at all the studies, it's super clear that meats, particularly red meats, are directly related to cancer and heart disease. I tell people all the time that you should look at this documentary. (Netflix's "What The Health" & "Game Changer")