Saying Equal Treatment By Law Enforcement Three Times In A Mirror Won’t Make It Appear

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A friend of mine claims to be an activist, yet he does nothing. Doing nothing will cause nothing to happen.

To change the way many BIPOC Americans interact with police will take work. Lots and lots of activity and pressure. People who want change can not just talk a good game. Sitting at home, inactive, will improve no one’s life. Many activities can be performed from your home. Do your research on who needs help. Get to work.

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Toni Crowe

Toni Crowe

Sarcastic escaped executive. Best-selling author. Writes whatever she wants. Twitter @crowe_toni

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