The following poll is to determine your feelings on the recent overload of shooting unarmed Black men by police departments across the country…it has to be a psychological problem, for someone to think they can just kill another human being with no remorse, and with institutional approval, evident due to the lack of prosecution.
There are no accolades that I can give which haven’t already been uttered on this brother’s behalf… The Guinness World Record he received for being continually on the air for 65 years [in 2009] is a testament to his genius. He lasted on the air for so long because he loved what he did and the recipients of that love gave it right back.
The children with the guns live right down the street; the question then becomes, who’s running their households? We’re going to deal with them, too. They are us – they just went the wrong way. Are you thinking like the system and say they can’t be redeemed? Then you’re part of the problem. Someone redeemed you, so why do you think it can’t happen for them? God knows, the vast majority of grown folks in the world did some dirt while they were children, but they didn’t stay there. They learned from their mistakes and moved on.
To lose a life under these circumstances is untenable, and to have the shooters let off of the hook repeatedly is uncivilized. It’s important to all people of color. It’s also important to the general society who allows people to continue in this barbaric manner. It redefines the meaning of civil society.
Take a minute and consider what would you do if your Internet access were slowed down to the speeds you had with dial up back in the 90s?
This Prezi, which also represents Part 1 of my final for English is a synopsis of the case at this point. The FCC’s comment period ended in September. They are supposed to announce their results before the end of the year. Stay tuned; this affects us all.