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Racism In America

Black Customer Racially Profiled In High End Store Police brutality caught on tape Violence and racial discrimination dominate US police force The symbols of systemic racism

Racism in America is real

As I write this I know there is no way that I can say what I feel, from the time I was a child I knew racism it did not start with me I was born in to it, I knew were my family came from no not from Stewart County Georgia but my home land a place were hate for me and others like me America.

So many of you can not understand how a black mother or father a grandparent must tell there child you are not like a white child you can not go were thy go do what they do yes the police are there to help you but they will hurt you or kill you for being black.


Michael Brown Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014


April 30, 2014: Dontre Hamilton (Milwaukee)
Dontre Hamilton, 31, was fatally shot 14 times by a police officer in a Milwaukee park.

Aug. 5, 2014: John Crawford III (Dayton, Ohio)


Aug. 11, 2014: Ezell Ford (Florence, California)

Aug. 12, 2014: Dante Parker (Victorville, California)

Nov. 13, 2014: Tanisha Anderson (Cleveland)

Nov. 20, 2014: Akai Gurley (Brooklyn, New York)

Nov. 22, 2014: Tamir Rice (Cleveland)

Dec. 2, 2014: Rumain Brisbon (Phoenix)

A scene from the dashcam video revealing the altercation between Jerame Reid, 36, and two Bridgeton police officers

Jerame Reid, 36, was shot and killed by police officers in Bridgeton, New Jersey. He was a passenger in a car driven by his friend, who was pulled over by police.

March 6, 2015: Tony Robinson (Madison, Wisconsin)

March 31, 2015: Phillip White (Vineland, New Jersey)

Phillip White, 32, died while in police custody in Vineland, New Jersey.

April 2, 2015: Eric Harris (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

April 4, 2015: Walter Scott (North Charleston, South Carolina)

April 19, 2015: Freddie Gray (Baltimore)

This is what Black America sees do you understand. We in Morris Township and Morristown Support our Police but in 2016  the all republican committee in  Morris Township Committee did not support the Black Community did not or want to understand the hurt,anger or the heart break of the Afro-American Community in response to the black lives matter march in Morristown this was there support.


I am the Democratic Committee man from the 3rd dist. in Morris Township this was brought to me by Black Lives Matter Of Morristown this line should be removed it shows a lack of understanding of the history of some of the people they sever a disrespect of those  died at the hands of police as well as lack of empathy to the Afro=American community.

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