So even when your black man wants to change…he can’t,
If your argument is more whites are killed by police than blacks, I advise the white community to bring these situations to the light. To me that number means nothing, as humans we tend to know what we see and what we experience. You want us to believe you face the same issues we do? Show us and we’ll gladly fight for justice with you. White & Black hand in hand fighting for our rights. See when a black man is murdered by police we don’t see much frustration from the white community. We don’t see a white community that’s tired of the same issue. We see (not all) but plenty of the white community stand behind the police. When your emotions match the numbers maybe then that statistic may mean something … Until then #blacklivesmatter.
The moment my life becomes a novelty,
A beacon of hope starts to dawn on me,
I could never tie myself to poverty,
Then found the God in me,
Young man learned when to let the father speak, Continue reading “Sun Down.”
“You’re never as low as you think”-Bas
America, we can ruin countless young black lives & trap young black youth in the system. Yet show pity to the white youth. A topic I can expand on but before this Brock Turner situation is made about race. The victims here are women, a blatant slap in the face. How do you defend someone’s choice to forcefully take something ? A person’s choice to leave a woman with an event that may haunt them for the rest of their life. His fathers plea that it was only “20 minutes of action” is even more sicken. 20 minutes or 5 minutes rape is rape. For his father Dan Turner to even mention his sons depression is insensitive. No matter what Brock feels you can’t make him a victim. To look at this picture deeper it’s sad that this mentally exist in men. I’m tired of the “she was drunk”, “she wore revealing clothes”, no matter the case nothing entitles you to forcefully take anything from a woman. All it takes is self-control its sad something so simple seems as it’s hard to execute for some men. On top of that its a shame that certain court systems can really sympathize with the rapist. As a gender how far have we really advanced when we still have men that act like animals entitled to whatever they desire. The struggles we may face as men is nothing compared to this. I pray to one day be in a position to shed more light on these issues. As a man myself we can’t allow for these type of cases to continue to pile up as well as the situations that are never brought to the light. We as men have to do better & protect our women.