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Celebrated for their perseverance in the face of such a cruel mentality. Sadly, this mentality has now resurfaced & we have digressed in the fight against racism! I ask myself I have red hair because god knew i needed a warning label shirt “why”….I just cannot understand or accept racism. But, make no mistake about it….racism begins at home,
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Now things are happening again races is never going to and from the beginning to the end kids are smarter than grown-ups if you want you could hear them talk they have more come in Since I can’t believe there was a time when the world was like this, almost normal at the time..even now you could argue things are barely different.. I have red hair because god knew i needed a warning label shirt but that’s why theres a word called Hope Developing as a society, evolving, moving forward, thanks to a peaceful “battle”. The protest and aggression came from those against the change. This for those who preach that violence is the only way to gain rights.
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If I was alive then I would of protected her. Can’t believe people were like this it’s sad especially to a child. I can’t believe white people that weren’t racist didn’t do something about it sooner. It makes me sick! Wish I could of been around then I’d be saying shit for real idc if I’d been hit too I wouldn’t take that crap happening to another human being. I hope her heart was not scarred by her early school experience. Not all white people are hateful. Not all black people commit crimes. We have terrible images of each other. These images frequently come from television and movies that paint a picture of each race that makes us unrecognizable to ourselves. I wish there was a way for us to learn to ‘know’ each other in a way that brings peace between our races. There is so much anger and hatred simmering under the surface that must be neutralized for all of our sakes. We can never be ‘one nation indivisible’ if both black and white Americans continue to carry that baggage!