Dismantle Broken Human Systems

April 22, 2021 at 1:07 am Leave a comment

As an African-American mama with two sons, the Derek Chauvin verdict reminded me that fairness can exist for people of color. However, one conviction is not enough. We must continue to care, speak out against social and racial injustice, protest loudly, vote in every election and hold our elected officials accountable.

Let’s dismantle systemic racism and social injustices so that African American, Latina, Asian or persons of color, women, gay, transgendered, differently abled, or other dimensions that are characterized as diverse, are treated fairly. Oh and let’s teach our children how to do the same (and why it’s important), so that positive change continues in each generation.

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C. Lynn Williams

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Entry filed under: #BlackLivesMatter, Parenting, privilege, protect our kids, racial profiling, racist attacks, social justice, trigger happy police. Tags: , , , .

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