Category: racism & equality

THE ENEMY, by Demetrius Arnold

Who ever should read this please be encouraged to vote on behalf of female and male felons all over who have been disenfranchised by government’s of States that take our right to vote. Just because we have a record doesn’t change our outlook on matters that effect our […]

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by Nathan Gray

I would like again to share a few things with you if I may. We have a prime example of what our society have woven into our community. We have a black man that have been murdered unjustly by the ones that suppose to protect us. As a […]

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BLACK INCARCERATED LIVES MATTER!! Struggles against racial injustice and mass incarceration (It’s a tragedy that we seen repeats itself to many times), by Carrie Jones

On June 4, 2020, I witness the live televised memorial service of a George Floyd. As I was sitting there in front of the television looking at his casket and his family grieving, I couldn’t help but think “ANOTHER ONE”. Another one of our lives taking to soon…… […]

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The Truth, by Joshua Hairston

The truth is we have screamed at the top of our lungs, from the bottom of our hearts, for CHANGE. We have, peacefully, done all that we could, to draw attention to the deep rooted, pervasive and robust systematic racism that colors every part of our lives as […]

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RACISM, by LACHURN TERRY

HELLO. GOOD MORNING WORLD. TODAY WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT HATE. HOW CAN PEOPLE HATE PEOPLE OF COLOR, PEOPLE DYING OVER NONETHING. IT DONT MAKE SENSE, THAT ITS ALOT OF HATE IN AMERICA THE YOUNG MAN THAT LOST HIS LIFE FOR NONETHING. GEORGE FLOYD DIDNT DESERVE TO DIE. […]

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Just Saying, by Savon Davis

When a sports team does bad, coaches get fired. Aren’t human lives more important? I’m just saying, ever since the abolishment of slavery whites and blacks have lived side by side in America, even if uncomfortably. But together we have made many accomplishments and I think the most […]

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#STANDUP, by Harvey Banner

If you don’t stand for something you will fall for anything #standup everybody’s struggling to make it so are you just going to lay down and take it #standup if one goes down its next man up #standup when they knock us down we can’t stay on the […]

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PAINFUL CONVERSATIONS, by Kenya Hill

There aren’t any adequate words to describe the pain African-American have felt at the hands of racism since the moment our ancestors stepped off the slave ship less than 150 years ago. Throughout every generation, torturous, inhuman experiences and abuses have engulfed us as a result of racism: […]

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by Luis Vargas

I want to talk about what’s going on right now with all these cops killing innocent black people. I don’t understand how come the system is design for cops to kill or hurt anyone n get away with this shit. What makes them exempt?? they been doing this […]

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LIFE MATTERS, by Sean Brown

We matter because We’re more than just a #, a file, label, or name; We’re each the sum total of all the experiences We’ve gained; No man’s an island, every one of Us are connected; So everything We say, think, & do is capable of making a difference; […]

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2020 Vision, by Steve Nall

Accountability What we are seeing all across the United States especially in Atlanta Georgia, with the resignation of Chief Shield, and in Minneapolis, with the arrest of the officers in the murder of George Floyd, is called accountability. With the influx of videos via phones and body cams […]

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by NATHAN GRAY

My name is nathan gray. I was so busy with college and tutoring high school math for inmates also I was teaching Three classes on violence and remorse and forgiveness for inmates with violent crimes and who had to see the parole board. These classes I wrote and […]

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