I think you miss two important aspects:
Louis Weeks

Question: How do you know what the black community condemns? I’m half black and I have no idea where to find the lowdown on what black people condemn or let slide. I’m also half white but I must have missed my subscription to “White Community Condemns monthly”. Joking aside, we don’t need to wait for back patters and talking heads to denounce behavior before we know it’s wrong. Humans in general don’t give a toss what happens to others, as long as it doesn’t touch them. This is true of all races, religions, genders and sexualities.

Although I do agree with you that police brutality has inexplicably become a “black issue” when whites & latinos are gunned down by sadistic cops just as often, and it doesn’t help the cause to racialize a very serious problem within the police force.

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