What does the KKK and the Police have in common? They all want to see the “ni$$a” dead. This story brings another set of tears to my eyes. After crying for Sandra Bland, Ralkina Jones, Kindra Chapman, Walter Scott, and our brothers and sisters in Charleston; I’m not sure if I can take anymore of this injustice.
In the words of Claude McKay, “at least let us die a noble death.” The hashtag “blacklivesmatter” will not suffice for every ounce of blood that’s being smeared on pavement, and marching will not suffice nor will it omit the the morgues high occupancy of black bodies coming in and out like an Indiana to Illinois toll.
I’m sick and tired of being sick and tired. The fight for freedom is invisible and impossible. Have you ever leveled with the devil? That’s what you have to ask yourself when you ask the people who kill you to grant you justice.
Racist white people, do not view black people as human beings.
Blacks have been called monkeys, gorillas, and niggers, for many years, so when you’re pulled over and you’re treated less than human – that’s how you’re viewed. You’re viewed, less than human.
Poor black people, you will never get justice in America because there’s no such thing.
No Justice It’s JustIs!
R.I.P Mr. DuBose