But then, there is more... For the past two years, there have been disturbing cases of Black men being dismissed and frequently, killed by the police. It seems like an epidemic. One that the Black Community was long aware of, but just discovered by the Media and White folk. Lives dismissed. Pain dismissed. Hope dismissed. Black lives matter. And so do Latino lives. Asian lives. White lives. Lives matter. Period. However, as a society, it appears this is not true. If Black men's lives are not worth the crack that they all smoke (according to clown conservatives), than Black women's lives aren't worth the plastic baggie the crack comes in. TGS makes that much clear. And then some.
LAPD didn't think that Black women would think their own lives matter enough to tell us that there was a sketch of the man hunting us in South Central - for 20 years. Oh, I mean they had the sketch for 20 years; he was hunting us for much longer than that. The LAPD didn't think that one Black woman's description of the killer's car (a tangerine colored Pinto, thank you very much - such a common vehicle in 1989 that going through the DMV records would have taken - seconds) and his street (and just one house off the killer's lair) wasn't enough to tell the other Black women to watch out for. Who knows? Maybe they thought Grim was doing them a favor? One less ho for them to have to arrest. Because in these murders there was no human involved. It's just a lump of trash in the alleyway. And those can be swept away, no one the wiser.
In Baltmore NHI. In New York NHI In Ferguson NHI In Sanford NHI. In Black America NHI.
It's almost like an extermination. An extermination with apathy as the primary means.
Care America. Care. Our future depends on it.