First of all, let me be clear that I applaud anyone that attempts to offer up solutions to stop this bloodletting and death that is resulting from interactions between law enforcement and African-Americans.
The problem I do have with some of these ideas and solutions is they tend to somehow put the responsibility of staying out of harms way on the citizen by suggesting they make certain concessions and capitulations other ethnic groups never have to do. Those suggestions alone underscore the glaring fact that there is something larger looming when it comes to law enforcement’s attitudes toward African-Americans.
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As a Black Man living among Blacks I can tell you the ongoing murders of Black Men and Women by representatives of a system that touts a creed to protect everyone, has emotions running high and everybody on high alert. The week following July 4th 2016 was an exceptionally bloody one for Black Men and police officers.
Source: To Those Who’re Thinking About Doing What Micah Xavier Johnson Did In Dallas — DON’T — Medium
In 2016, 136 black people have been killed by police to date—almost as many people as days have passed so far this year.
Video footage of these killings are so common that we’re all experiencing PTSD. When the last thing you see before bed is a video of a black man being shot to death by police, and the first thing you see in the morning is a video of another black man being shot to death by police, what else can you dream of, and will you ever wake?
In the nightmarish moments just after Castile was shot by a Minnesota police officer on Wednesday evening, his girlfriend Lavish Reynolds began a Facebook Live videostream.
“Stay with me,” are the first words we hear. “We got pulled over for a busted tail light in the back,” she explains. The video shows Reynolds sitting in the passenger seat, as composed as she can possibly be, as her boyfriend bleeds out next to her and her young daughter cries in the background.
Source: When Will It Stop? | Complex