Thanks to all the suburban citizens, and those that came in from out of town to help us protest against systemic racism and unjust police brutality.
We have had seen violence, looting, and burning, and death. Not sure how this is helping our cause. Not sure why after the first night of riots the people that came to peacefully protest did not recognize the problem was actually them. They were being used as shields by some that never had any intent to honor Mr. Floyd or make any progress in systemic racism. The question is --- now what? You all get to go home, we have to live in the many neighborhoods now nothing more than war zones. Please consider, you have come before, nothing has changed, nothing will until we are listening to. Our voices should be heard, not yours.
Has the nightly protesting of George Floyd's brutal death really helped in any respect or has it actually been all for nothing, and caused these communities more grief?
by Catherine Mostly 4 years ago
Is anyone else really really proud of our protesting country?Pride is not an emotion I thought would have been very prevelant for me after Trump took office; but I find myself impressed with protestors coming out every time Trump does something silly - which happens often, LoL! United we stand,...
by Stacie L 10 years ago
http://news.yahoo.com/protesters-blocke … 39609.htmlBy Mariano Andrade | AFP 13 hrs agoHundreds of people marched near Wall Street in New York in a failed attempt to occupy the heart of global finance to protest greed, corruption and budget cuts.Plans by protesters to turn Lower...
by Holle Abee 10 years ago
First, I want to say that I totally support peaceful protests. I'm also sure that many of the Wall Street protesters have a clear purpose as to their reasons for protesting. It's obvious, however, that some are just there to be part of a protest, in general. I'm sure there are some like this in...
by Readmikenow 7 months ago
I thought Antifa hated President Donld Trump. Seems they don't like Biden either.“WHAT HAPPENED?Violent protesters, who were reportedly associated with Antifa, marched down the streets of Portland’s Pearl District smashing cars and vandalizing businesses.WHY WERE THEY PROTESTING?The...
by Don W 4 years ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IYrdm12uG0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVR0PimiRDASeems to me, these are ordinary people who are angry and fearful about what might happen to their health care, and their constitutional rights..
by Wesman Todd Shaw 9 years ago
1. NOW YOU KNOW YOU ARE NOT ALONE – Although the movement against big banks and government corruption has been steadily growing for a number of years, many people who have found themselves in this struggle still felt incredibly isolated from the rest of society. Now, with hundreds and...
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