Category: Shawn Williams

I’M SORRY. By Shawn Williams

I’m sorry to have to inform you that the black race as a whole is weak. Individually you might be strong, smart, conscious, trustworthy, have all the attributes of a good person, but as whole? Weak. What makes us weak? Our fear of the white man consciously or […]

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RACIST SOCIETY. By Shawn Williams

You know how we (black people) take a word and change the meaning of it. Well, the racist white people do something similar, they replace words. The black woman sleeping at Yale, the two black men at Starbucks, the black family cooking at the park. In all of […]

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The System. By Shawn Williams

When you see a black journalist, black police officer, black detective, black chief of police, black mayor, black prosecutor, black lawyer, black judge, they are not seeking or exposing the truth. Soon as they receive those jobs we (black people) lose them. They no longer speak or care […]

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Introducing Shawn Williams

My name is Shawn Williams, I’m 44 years old (1/4/74). I have been incarcerated for 21 years for a crime I did not commit. Six out of this 21 years was spent on death row. Right now I have 40 years to life. This system is not flawed […]

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