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The World Cries for Newtown’s Children, but Few of Us Think About Dead Brown Babies

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by Dr. Boyce Watkins

Yesterday, I did a short interview with WHUR radio in Washington, DC.  The topic was how race might or might not have played a role in the way the public viewed the recent killings in Newtown, Connecticut. These conversations always seem to be sad distractions in the midst of serious tragedies, and to be honest, I hate them.  But while I do not enjoy discussing race in the middle of such a traumatic set of events, I see these “undercard conversations” to be a necessary evil in a nation that continues to live in serious denial.

When it came to race and whether or not the nation paid more attention to the kids in Connecticut than they would have otherwise, my statement was quite simple:

“People believe that little white kids in the suburbs have the right to live.  They have the right to be happy.  They have the right to peace.  When it comes to black babies in urban neighborhoods, people don’t believe these children deserve to have similar rights.  When people say things like ‘I can’t believe this would happen here,’ they are effectively saying that there are some neighborhoods where these tragic outcomes are far more acceptable.  I reject this notion entirely, and it is reflective of both white supremacy and classism.”

If those babies in Newtown had been black babies on the south side of Chicago, there would be few tears, especially in the White House. To put it in ratios, 20 black children would have to die before they receive the sympathy that would be given to one white child. But when one considers how many hundreds of black kids have been murdered in cold blood since we got our first black president, even the 10-to-1 ratio appears to be somewhat optimistic.  We could tell one tragic story after another to nearly every Democratic politician in the country, and these words would inspire very little action – if you’ll recall, even our beloved president came to Chicago for the wedding of Valerie Jarrett’s Harvard-educated daughter and didn’t say a word about the scores of children who’d been killed right down the street.

I was hurt by what happened in Connecticut, as was the rest of the nation.  But what continues to  keep me offended is the fact that a white child has to be harmed by a gun before our legislators believe that gun control should be made into a priority.  Anyone who wonders why so many African Americans don’t feel fully invested in the American melting pot should realize that the lack of black interest in the Great American Partnership largely exists because we continue to have our needs and issues subjugated to the whims of those who are in power.

Black people pay taxes too, and it’s patently unfair that our tax money is consistently used to solve problems for people who live in other communities.  We learned 200 years ago that taxation without representation is an unacceptable violation of civil liberties.  We should not have to wait for a black problem to become a white one before our elected officials do something about it.  Our children matter too:  When you beg for black votes, then you should be prepared to help solve black problems.  When a relationship lacks reciprocity, it is both unethical and worthless.

The bottom line is this:  All children have the right to life, happiness and peace, no matter where they were born.  The fact that it takes an atrocity of this magnitude to help us realize this fundamental fact is a testament to just how warped our society has become.  Sure, the Sandy Hook Massacre was a wake up call for the nation, but some have chosen to keep their eyes closed longer than others.

Dr. Boyce Watkins is a professor at Syracuse University and author of the book, “Black American Money.” To have Dr. Boyce commentary delivered to your email, please click here.


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  1. JAY….. I agree with your statement. White kids being killed or cops killed in the line of duty are no more important than the lives of anybody else. Mentally dead Black people act like the lives these people are more precious than their own. Wake up Black people. Black race and culture should be above all others. Self preservatioin should be the number 1 rule.

  2. When I heard about the 20 whites kids gunned down by one of their own I reacted in the same way that most white people react when they hear about a Blackman or Blackwoman being murdered. I wasn’t mad or sad about it.

  3. When I heard about the 20 whites kids gunned down by one of their own I reacted in the same way that most white people react when they hear about a Blackman or Blackwoman being murdered. I wasn’t mad or sad about it. Didn’t phase me one bit. Nor was I surprised about the incident or about the color of the perpetrator. All I care about is Black liberation of our Black minds and Black Unity.

  4. Black on Black crime is PURE entertainment! This is why the family are broke up, high divorce rate, and jail employment . It’s left up to US to make a CHANGE.

  5. Thank you, Ms. Husar, Olamina, and Mr. Briscoe for your insight and wisdom. May God bless and keep you. I am not surprised that Mr. Watkins again took another misfortunate incident and used it to draw attention to his personal grievances with President Obama. Whether you like the President or not, not everything is a direct reflection of his ability to govern.

  6. People who believe that humans are perfectly changeable and can be made good with a shove here and a law there will never understand events like the Newtown massacre. They’ll always look for a regulation or a law that will stop events like that from happening, and will always be baffled when they happen again.
    People with a religious understanding of humanity know to their sorrow that humans are capable of true depravity. Newtown, Aurora and Columbine were the work of depraved minds, minds without faith, without compassion, and without God. They were the work of minds divided by illness and sin – Raskolnikovs who put themselves above humanity and above divine limits. Indeed, it was James who explained to us how a person could have the potential to gun down thirty people when he informed us that, “A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways (James 1:8).”
    Laws can govern, but they cannot control. Laws can imperfectly hold evil at bay, but they cannot prevent evil from striking, and they cannot make us good. When the mind has lost stability, when thoughts of hate and pain and harm enter one’s mind, no law can control that.
    There is already much talk about gun control, as there inevitably is after a high profile shooting. Yet speaking of gun control because of sick and evil savages smacks of debating the virtues of car control because of alcoholics who drink and drive. The laws are only as good as the persons that are governed by them. As long as there are individuals who either cannot or will not be stable in their minds, events like this will occur, a tragedy for us all.

    Read more: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/urban-game-changer/2012/dec/16/newtown-and-human-depravity-nation-s-forgotten-god/#ixzz2H6IiFlKz
    Follow us: @wtcommunities on Twitter

  7. I wish God would have made everyone color blind and that way when life happens, race would not be considered a factor.

  8. ITS A SHAME THAT ANY OF YOU THAT OBEY THE DEVIL WANT TO DESTROY THE WORLD BUT YOUR JUDGEMENT DAY IS COMMING! YOU ALL STILL DO NOT KNOW WHO I AM BECAUSE THE FBI/COPS/POLITICIANS DON'T WANT YOU TO KNOW ME! DOUGLAS K. STEWARD IN WASHINGTON DC FOR TRUTH AN JUSTICE FOR ALL NOT JUST SOME! 2023617514 OR 2024877564.

  9. I HAVE AND AM CONTINUOUSLY TELL THE REPUBLICANS/DEMOCRATS THAT I HAVE EVIDENCE OF CRIMES THAT WERE COMMITTED BY WHITE PEOPLE THAT ARE RICH COPS AND JUDGES AND SO ON, BUT THEY STILL DO NOT WANT TO LET ME HAVE A INVESTIGATION TO GET JUSTICE. SO THEY MUST BE TRYING TO HAVE ME MURDERED OR SHUT DOWN LIKE THEY WANT BRADLY MANNING FOR WHATEVER THEY FEEL HE DID TO REVEAL THE TRUTH ABOUT CRIMINAL WAR MONGERS ACTING SATANICLY. AS LONG AS I AM ALIVE THERE IS GOING TO COMPLAINTS AGAINST AMERICAS LAW ENFORCEMENT AND ITS SOCIETIES THAT DON'T WANT TO HEAR THE TRTUH ABOUT CRIMINAL WHITE AMERICA ONLY! BUT EVERY ONE ELSES CRIMES SHOULD BE PUNISHED! DOUGLAS K. STEWARD IN WASHINGTON DC FOR TRUTH AN JUSTICE FOR ALL NOT JUST SOME! 2023617415 OR 2024877564.

  10. Before we say that any mass killing of school children would draw the same attention even if the kids weren’t white, we should all look up the Cleveland School Massacre. Almost all of the nearly 30 children who were shot were refugees from Cambodia and Vietnam, but how many of us even remember that it happened?

    • The One True Dave the Cleveland School massacre took place in 1989. I don’t remember it happening it all, then again in 1989 I was a child myself. This man took the lives of 5 children of southeast Asian descent. The gunman hated Asians so he set out to “get them”. There were 30 children and a teacher injured but not murdered. Young children were murdered that day and ranged in ages from 6-9 years old. This was a hate crime not a random school shooting a very young children. I see Newtown as a different massacre, these can’t be compared other than they happened at elementary schools where children were murdered. 5 children at once was horrible enough, 20 children at once is almost unbearable for the human psyche to handle. I watched veteran news anchors nearly get emotional just reporting Sandy Hook Massacre. All events where parents have to bury their children at the hand of the demon violence is beyond tragic.

  11. Yes it happens in our community about everyday, what do we do about it, nothing other than say that’s a shame. I suspect not to many deranged people are doing the killings it’s the thugs in the streets, its the gang banger, the punks.

    We say they’re just kids themselves. The community needs to do what they need to do in order to take control of the community. Cowards!

  12. Yes it happens in our community about everyday, what do we do about it, nothing other than say that’s a shame. I suspect not to many deranged people are doing the killings it’s the thugs in the streets, its the gang banger, the punks.

    We say they’re just kids themselves. The community needs to do what they need to do in order to take control of the community. Cowards!

  13. Drive by shootings as statistics prove are extremely sad.I am sure if 20 black children were shot at a public school in the Bronx, NY we would be shaken up more so.Mass shootings vs. accidental murders. As far as missing children I do agree that white children get more publicity.God forbid this senseless act of slaughtering children (of any race} happens again.

  14. Drive by shootings as statistics prove are extremely sad.I am sure if 20 black children were shot at a public school in the Bronx, NY we would be shaken up more so.Mass shootings vs. accidental murders. As far as missing children I do agree that white children get more publicity.God forbid this senseless act of slaughtering children (of any race} happens again.

  15. Arreba Alicia Stafford

    A few days ago, a man was literally stabbed to death on a Detroit City bus…to date, nothing has been done about this or the other crimes that regularly occur on the buses. I will not catch the bus AT ALL…even though I don't have a car…because I am afraid I will be next. Crimes with children, and even basic stuff like safely riding on a bus goes unchecked in the inner city, and it disturbs me…

  16. This is exactly what I said. The president is crying but yet hasn't done a damn thing about Chicago

  17. I cry for all babies killed. Since I was unable to actually look at the pictures of the kids I don't know their color and color is not the issue.

  18. Dr. Watkins is right once again! The bulk of the nation stood up to the injustice that Trayvon Martin faced, but many of those same people seem to turn a blind eye to the carnage caused by gang violence throughout the rest of the country. Many small communities across the nation are just now coming face to face with the same violence that urban areas have been facing since the late '60s. (i.e. Compton, Brooklyn, Little Rock etc.) There are many factors that have contributed to these behaviors, but that certainly doesn't give everyone who lives elsewhere the right to go about their merry way when innocent black and brown children are laid to rest on a daily basis. I applaud you for saying what I wanted to say to the world, and not just my Facebook friends. Out babies matter too!!

  19. It's always regretful to see how a tragedy gets turned into a racial dispute. It's regretful to see how people are quick to forget that we're talking about little children who won't live to see more of the miracle we call life. My African-American brothers and sisters I understand your pain for our children deserve the same treatment. But I stopped blaming and stopped asking myself why the world is so unfair to people of my color, or to me. I didn't start this racism thing I've just inherited it. As long as we don't cure our own shortcomings internally our children both in Africa and Afro-America will keep slipping away from us. We're basically being withheld of fully exploiting the miracle we have created, our children black and white.

  20. We must learn to forgive, move on and work on making this world a better place to live.

    Yes, racism exists but we should not aim to where the same shoes or walk in them.

    It is a lot of work to undo many wrongs, don’t bask in more negativity. They need help too, the racists (black and white etc.)to overcome their obstacles.

    Stop pinpointing the president and make your own moves and sacrifices to uproot our sinking issues.

    Our children are doing what was done in the past by adults only!

  21. I agree with the author. What is the difference if 20 Black children are killed over 20 weeks or 20 White children are killed in a few minutes? The media circus is the difference and so is skin color. White children are the most protected children on the planet and just because 20 were killed in minutes doesn’t make them more important than 20 Blacks killed in 20 weeks. If there were 20 Black children killed similarly, yes, it would get National. media,and political attention. But if you compared the 2 big pictures of murder in these populations you will see nuances of differences in coverage and intensity of attention If one is too naive to believe that racism is not alive and well in the media and in the hearts of many, one needs to wake up.

  22. W@W! & GEEEZ, Boyce! WHAT A HATER YOU ARE! How could you be so IGNORANT and SENSELESS to suggest that one color or the other of THE MASS MURDER AND MASSACRE of CHILDREN is worthy of, or receives more or less attention in the wake of this nation's mourning? YOU MUST BE REFERRING TO YOURSELF AS THE "NO ONE" WHO IS THINKING! If I didn't know any better, sounds like you're being paid by TRAVESTY SLIMEY & CORNBALL WHACK to promote venomous propaganda against our POTUS!

    What do you have to say about the ECONOMY? I mean that is what you earned your PhD in, right? Why don't you contribute your opinions to something that may be more relevant and not require as much "sensitivity" from you: like the FISCAL CLIFF!

    #TAKEALEAP

  23. My question is why after all these years should we care? Just be sure that WE cry for our babies and for for solutions. peace

  24. I continue to be amazed and very disappointed to continue to see how my people, Black people care so much for those that give a dam about us, yet care so very little about or even mention our own Black people! We don't ever care that the Black President hasn't said one word about the Black innocent victims KILLED and MURDERED around this country daily, nor has he cried one tear, sad. I have written about this subject several times over this past week without any response, so maybe if this article is read, my people, Black people will start to read and see just how bad it LQQKS, smdh!

  25. El'Malik Abdul Muhammed

    I continue to be amazed and very disappointed to see how my own Black can care so much for those that don't give a damm about us, yet we continue to care so very little or mention our own! We don't ever care that the Black president doesn't say a word, nor cry on tear, smdh! I've always said it and now maybe it will be overstood because of this article (if its even read) just how bad it LQQKS!!

  26. @Obed thanks for your comments. Once again, I couldn't have expressed this better than you.

  27. Sorry to say, but yes I agree. Black children have been victims of violence for years, yet no voices have been heard in such magnitude but Black people. I voted for prez obama, but I never saw one tear shed for black babies. I believe stricter gun control is required, along with more help for the mentally ill and harsjer sentences for selling illegally obtained weapons or committing a crime with one. Background checks seem to be lax and military weapons and armour should be banned from public sale. Sorry to see this tragedy, but sorrier to see the news media and the nation close their eyes when the color is different.

  28. Sorry to say, but yes I agree. Black children have been victims of violence for years, yet no voices have been heard in such magnitude but Black people. I voted for prez obama, but I never saw one tear shed for black babies. I believe stricter gun control is required, along with more help for the mentally ill and harsjer sentences for selling illegally obtained weapons or committing a crime with one. Background checks seem to be lax and military weapons and armour should be banned from public sale. Sorry to see this tragedy, but sorrier to see the news media and the nation close their eyes when the color is different.

  29. Anytime a tragedy of this magnitude happens (20 children killed in one place at the same time) it will garner massive attention and calls for action. Similarly, there are thousands of car accidents a day with little media attention, yet when there is a 50 car pile-up and numerous fatalities it’s the national news lead.

    Are any of you so cynical as to believe that if a gunman killed 20 six and seven year old black kids in a school in Chicago that the President and the media would not react as they have with the Newtown tragedy?

    The cynicism of the black educated class is often a tremendous impediment to serious analytical thought.

  30. I tend to find that nearly every topic examined by Dr. Watkins is viewed–often without merit–through racial lenses. His rhetoric is often unnecessarily imflammatory. Kids–regardless of race–do not deserved to be slaughtered; gunned down by a seemingly sick individual! That is the simple fact. To racialize a national tragedy is unseemly and downright stupid.

  31. It is true that this event has received national coverage, when scores young children are slaughtered daily at a higher ratio and barely get local media coverage! It is not about race or is it when the national media, including the President, get involved

  32. This was tragic color has no place here I feel horribke I cry lije I new those babies it was truly senseless

  33. One black murder victim child, Trayvon Martin, was mentioned by name by President Obama. There was a black child among the names of the Newton victims read by the President. Every single time the President mentioned Newtown he mention the deaths in Chicago. Dr Watkins, your disrespect for the truth and simple facts makes you just one more political hack in an overcrowded field. What you is neither scholarship nor genuine political activism. Your anti-Obama agenda is your primary motivation and facts and truth and genuine activism clearly take a distant second place in your tirades.

    • Susan Shoshanna Bond

      TJ Holmes did this segment on DON'T SLEEP this week.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkJjGndgMLE

    • Susan, T. J. Holmes, is wrong as a matter of simple fact. Chicago has been trying to implement gun control for the past 4 or more years. They enacted gun control. The NRA took Chicago (and DC) to court and the court struck down the gun controls. It is simply not true that we only want gun control when white kids die. SIMPLY NOT TRUE. Holmes and Watkins are racially demagoguing the gun vcontrol issue and it is not helpful and not supported by the facts.

    • Susan Shoshanna Bond

      Thanks for the info and the feedback.

    • @ Obed Norman,
      It appears that you believe that it is not O.K. for blacks to have a voice. It is illegal for a black man making a comment that is not pro-slavery, pro-Obama, pro white supremcy …that there is some type of conspiracy or agenda for that black man. I hope I am wrong.. but it seems like you are so far removed from the ghetto of US that you can no longer identify with the struggles and frustration of real black Amercia. It is sad that whenever a black make a comment about the pain they experience that people like you make it political or some conspiracy. I hope I am wrong. Although, I left the ghetto years ago, my heart still cares about my people and our struggles. What has the first black down for blacks 0% for Gay rights and white rights 100%.

    • @Obed, you have to understand race hustling is Boyce's bread and butter. Just like there are white race hustlers like Rush, Hannity etc. who profit off of race, Boyce is the black snake oil salesman (of course in the name of love for black people). As usual, another article by Boyce to get black folks in a frenzy to generate bloggers for profit. As you can see from the lack of bloggers now posting on his sites…that hustle is fast expiring because people have seen this act by Boyce too many times..find a hot topic and give it a misleading title, find a way to insert and blame Prez Obama, Rev. Sharpton, or any person working on MSNBC. And if that doesn't work, write something about West or Smiley to get bloggers to post on his sites. Like Hollywood, eventually people get tired of seeing the same movie..hopefully he will wake up before everyone unsubscribe from his sites.

    • Thank You Obed!!! My sentiments EXACTLY!

    • @Kenneth Knox: It is not ok for Blacks or anybody to lie. No lie is pro-Black. Lies are the life-blood of white supremacy. Anybody lie about anything and I will be all up in your face. Black or white. Count on it. Our cause and our struggle will never be advanced by any lie. Liars of any stripe are my enemy and the enemies of our struggle. GOT TRUTH? THEN BRING IT. Otherwise I have no time and no use for you.

    • You left the ghetto Kenneth Knox? No wonder you got addicted to lies. Where the heck did you go bro? Why did you leave?

    • And by the way a good 10% of US gays are Black. You abandoned them too? I have not and never will.

    • Where was Boyd Watkins when the City of Chicago and DC was taking on the NRA in court and trying to implement gun control to save Black kids in DC and Chicago? Did he or any organization he represent submit Friend of the Court briefs and plead with the Court to let the regulations stand for the sake of Black kids dying by the thousands in our city streets? No they did not. Sensational race-hustling is easier for agendas of self-aggrandizement. The hard work of really understanding issues and helping where it matters most is too hard work for them.

    • I have praised Watkins whenever he says something worthwhile and showing some understanding. Unfortunately, nost times I find that he has no idea what he is talking about and all that he communicates is his irrational anti-Obama animus.

    • obed norman, obama did not mention the death of the chicago's children. all chidren do have the right to live, play, and be happy. we need to cry for all of them.

    • Really Obed Obama's pathetic attempt to show sympathy to the victims, and at the same time using this tragedy to promote his agenda for stricter gun control.What is the doctor lying about.You are the one lying claiming every time Obama mentioned the tragedy he mentioned the children in chicago.Chicago has some of the strictest gun laws in the country.How many murders,did they have this year.Of course none of this matters to followers such as your self.

    • @OBed. There is no parity in your argument concerning the response for Newton and the responses for inner cities across America. The response by our President was quick and decisive, giving a timeline of less then a month to implement this legislation. While its appreciated that President Obama at least mentioned Trayvon, there was no action taken as a result. So how can you even compare the two. People get so wrapped up in defending the President that they will ignore the irrefutable crux of the matter. There is a definitive devaluation of black life within this society. There's no argument about this. None whatsoever. Chicago, one city, had nearly 150 Chicago Public School students murdered in one year. The majority were Black, followed by Latino. And while certain elements of the black and Latino community responded to this public health epidemic, the rest of Society, INCLUDING OUR GOVERNMENT, went on as if nothing of critical importance was occurring. Furthermore, the Gun Laws in Chicago have always been tighter than the remaining cities in this Country since the early 80s. There was no recent activity to pass any more Gun restrictions. You can't sanitize this argument and make it race in-specific when there is a tremendous difference in the way that life is valued in America according to race. Nor should you try to!!! Statistics about convictions in America indicate that the race of victim decides how long the sentence is, how well the case is investigated, and how tenacious the prosecutor will be. In other words the entire criminal justice system responds differently if a white person is killed. These are the facts, and the media and government's response is also reflective of this disparity.

    • Obed Norman I think the issue is that the COUNTRY at large doesn't care about Chicago or any other majority-black area where kids and adults are getting shot up and killed on the daily. Trayvon may've been mentioned by "name", but was a gun control push done in his OR Jordan Davis' honor? I don't recall the president showing up to the vigils or funerals nor shedding a tear for their deaths during an address to the public. You can correct me if I'm wrong, but I just haven't seen it, and believe me I googled hard for it.

      It makes me feel that maybe Obama doesn't want to come off like a "black people's" president, and just wants to be taken seriously as the president of the united states.It's a noble endeavor, but that's going to mean if he shows sensitivity to black problems, he's "their" president. There have been numerous red flags, but I think the incident where he sided with the cops after they arrested Dr.Gates, a college professor for "breaking into" his own home was the biggest for me. Obama at first sided with the professor, but then after the police department shrilled to high heaven he retracted his statement.

      At the end of the day though, Colin Powell said it best: "Once they felt they had to bring Dr. Gates out of the house and to handcuff him, I would've thought at that point, some adult supervision would have stepped in and said 'OK look, it is his house. Let's not take this any further, take the handcuffs off, good night Dr. Gates."

      The cops were wrong. It doesn't matter how "belligerent" they allege his words might've been. It's basically a he-said-she said story about who said what. But frankly it doesn't matter. Bottom line: it was his house. If you don't like it, please leave. He should have a right to say whatever he wants on his property like every other American should. But this is what I'm talking about when it comes to Obama.

      Anyway, I'm not saying we should dismiss the barbarism that killed these poor students and teachers in Sandy Hook. Not in the least! But the problem is that inner city and suburban children just don't get equally sensitive responses from America at large.

  34. I truly dislike the phase "No One." Please be more specify when you use that phase because "Someone" does care. We (African Americans) care or are we so low on your totem pole until we don't even matter when it comes to our children? Moving on because I am so sick of people saying "no one" cares as if we (African Americans) don't care. Stop with the "no one" and be more direct about who you are in reference too, kill the indirect nonsense.

  35. I truly dislike the phase "No One." Please be more specify when you use that phase because "Someone" does care. We (African Americans) care or are we so low on your totem pole until we don't even matter when it comes to our children? Moving on because I am so sick of people saying "no one" cares as if we (African Americans) don't care. Stop with the "no one" and be more direct about who you are in reference too, kill the indirect nonsense.

    • denise twitty, most time we don't care, we down grade each other most of the time. abdul muhammed is 100% correct, cry for some of the black children that die violently, everyday. it's sad what happened with the 20 kids, and yes, one was black, but no one cries for anything black. i wished i could but who am i. i am no power what so ever to help, but sometimes i think the president is afraid to assist the black community for fear that the white folk will say again, "obama don't like white people" what they (white) are using is reverse racism, and they are getting away with it. go figure ……

    • I agree with Desiree Parker!

  36. Your missing the point babies were murdered y jump on this band wagon to hawk your wares go to Washington or where have you and throw yourself into it …..some where in Connecticut

  37. Your missing the point babies were murdered y jump on this band wagon to hawk your wares go to Washington or where have you and throw yourself into it …..some where in Connecticut

  38. Joseph Shelton Hall

    Yeah it as if black babies are casualties of their environment and seemingly get what they deserve

  39. When something like this It don't matter what color the babies are!!!!!!!!

    • it shouldnt matter , youre right, but lets be real about it …. we all know the deal …

    • robin brock, that's all watkins is saying, black babies have been gunned down a long time, look at trayvon martin, nothing is done, now that 20 white kids met the same fate, gun control will be law, there now will be an amendement to the constitution, soon. it takes the fate of a white person, then our laws changes, and we as black people may benefit then.

    • What world do you live in?

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