I really hate that it has to get to this point. Different rules for different demographics is so fundamentally wrong. America just straight up killing their own people.
By Lunatic Go To PostI really hate that it has to get to this point. Different rules for different demographics is so fundamentally wrong. America just straight up killing their own people.Naw, white America is still living on.
By Lunatic Go To PostMan I just realise how lucky I am to have not be born in America and having to deal with that shit. It's so depressing hearing these stories.where is this magical place you were born that doesnt have racism
By diehard Go To Postwhere is this magical place you were born that doesnt have racismBreh it's not as bad here. Most of the population is mixed. So don't just go to the extreme like I'm saying racism doesn't exist. At the very least I don't live in fear that my life will be terminated for just existing.
By Lunatic Go To PostCayman Islands
You really are lucky.
The first time my friends and I had guns pointed at us by cops was when we were 12-13 and went into the rich part of town for Halloween. They detained us for about 30 minutes searching us and asking if we knew anything about burglaries and kids getting beat up and robbed (wasn't us). The city next to the one I grew up in is mostly black, and we lived in the black section of our town, so the cops always assumed we were the kids from the other city or the Bronx.
I also remember when they put removable rims in the hoops at the park cause we'd play there basically all day in the summer and the people who lived in the area didn't want us there cause we had to leave our block and go a few blocks over to the park. We'd have the cops called on us to get us to leave, then eventually they just took the entire backboards out the park altogether. The racism was real subtle, or all up in your face....and this was suburban New York right outside NYC. I can't imagine what the dudes in the South or Midwest had to put up with since those people are armed.
It's cool bro, thanks. I just look at it as it's getting better slowly, I didn't deal with the overt racism my grandparents & parents faced. And hopefully my nephews will deal with less than what I went through.
By You got 14 bricks right there? Go To PostIt's cool bro, thanks. I just look at it as it's getting better slowly, I didn't deal with the overt racism my grandparents & parents faced. And hopefully my nephews will deal with less than what I went through.Yea it is getting better slowly. I've lived an incredibly privileged life. Shit Mom (Jamaican) had to deal with makes my skin crawl. I was shielded from discrimination to an extent because of who my father (white) is.
(CNN)William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., the man who recorded the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in a neighborhood outside Brunswick, Georgia, has been arrested on suspicion of murder, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Thursday.
Preliminary Hearign being held today
By Laboured Go To Post
Nick Diegel @nickdiegel 1hhuhn
Inexplicably, Georgia doesn’t have a hate crime law.
The McMichaels were “in hot pursuit” of a suspect with a checkered criminal history, the district attorney wrote, which helped “explain his apparent aggressive nature and his possible thought pattern to attack an armed man.” The McMichaels were making a citizen’s arrest of a person they believed to be involved in a burglary, he argued — and Arbery contributed to his own death by attacking Travis McMichael as he held a gun.
Lawyers are horrible