The proliferation of FB groups, meetups, and sites were based on the conception of this site.
This is what makes Bwamu the strongest network overall..meaning YOU! Learn to question everything you know and were taught, overcome the labels from your families, school, and society and find yourself and one another.)) UNITY: Is about tolerance in this view.To share and be challenged, to experience and debate for the best ideas, and this pain of learning and questioning yourselves, growing by finding out you're wrong or inexperienced in areas is very key to social maturity.We break this average thinking by going out and within ourselves, interacting and creating real life experiences that break generalizations and false notions we have about other people.We don't care if you are rich or poor, the color of your skin tone, what or where you from, all we care is that you be yourself and learn from that...beyond labels, culture classifications, or any box you feel comfortable in..are here to go beyond those things, and out the box.Black Women Asian Men United Was Established in 2009 After the shut down of DCAMBW.
The site is currently funded yearly by the Creator. We Bring Individuals Together to Experience One Another" -Race is just a label..is NOT who you are.
***Attention..you don't like it, delete yourself, come back in a few months like everyone else does (often under a different name/ fake profile) and carry on OR better yet, go add on to the other 50 or so FB AMBW groups just because you don't like Bwamu, it's been done 50 or so times with a couple of successful groups!
**** May you find friendship, and may you find love if you are searching for it..overall, may you find yourself in this adventure.
To tough it out and stick around among others you may presently disagree with and focusing on the goal of growing is Unity.
To push ourselves and one another in the INTERACTION within the social process which expands and augments us and others. The focus here is to bring acceptance to ALL inter-racial, inter-cultural relationships, with the main importance of the once (and in many ways still-) taboo connections of Black Women and Asian Men. We are doing this because there is still racism in the world.
So along goes the idea of culture..once you learn that you can be free of stereotypes...until then you will have to experience yourself through them.