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Where is Justice? No More Disappearing Acts

Updated on April 27, 2017
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Where is Justice?

Does anyone know how and why Justice keeps avoiding those who really need it?

What Strong Forces are at work and so powerful that they can influence and make Justice do a disappearing act?

Where is Justice? Has anyone seen it visiting in the Poor neighborhoods?

Poor People have put out a Missing Person’s Report in hopes of finding out what happened to Justice.

Where does Justice go when a crime has been committed against someone who can’t afford a High-Price-Lawyer, who does not come from a Wealthy Family?

The people are getting tired of Marching, Screaming, Protesting and Rioting in search of Justice.

Where are the intense investigations that others receive when a crime has been committed against them?

Why can’t poor, decent people penetrate the Blue Wall that often accompanies Police Brutality?

Why is it that the Media, the Politicians and Others who have the power to force Justice to show up, turn a deaf ear to the cries of a parent, a child, a mate, who is in desperate need of answers to stop their pain?

Where is Justice? Tell him to visit others who for centuries have not been able to keep up with him.

Tell him we forgive him for hiding.

We know that he has been persuaded to keep a LOW and NO SHOW PROFILE for those who really need him.

Where is Justice? If you see him, hold him… Many people are convinced that he doesn’t exist for them.

Where is Justice? Where is Justice?

On the Lips and Hearts of Black people…

On the Lips and Hearts of Latino’s...

On the Lips and Hearts of Native Americans...

On the Lips and Hearts of White People who Stand for Truth no matter the consequences or alienation that follows.

If you see Justice, tell him it’s okay to stay.

Tell him we forgive him just make his Presence Felt.


Malik Canty

© Word Bird

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