1. Similar to It's all good
, without the oppression of specific consonants.
2. Phrase used at the conclusion of a meeting of urban ministers discussing the plight of inner-city children, enabling participants to leave while placing blame on others and without having reached any specific conclusion.
"We can't keep excusing the behavior of our children and saying that the white man is keeping us down. It's not the white man, it's our own people who are killing each other, and we've got to find a way to stop that before we can even hope to do anything else."
"Hey, is all good..."