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Warning! If you’re not an African American, you probably won’t fully understand what this book is all about. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” has become a nightmare in America because Trayvon Martin was judged and targeted because of the color of his skin and the clothes he was wearing. Then, Trayvon Martin was shot dead because of the color of his skin. I hear all you white people out there, shouting, “Hey, Nigger, that’s not true!” Yep, I hear you and I try to understand you. But let me ask you this. If it was a pretty, 17 year old blonde girl in a hoodie, under the exact same circumstances on that rainy night in Sanford, Florida, do you think George Zimmerman would have called the police? Of course not, I know it and you know it! And do you know what? I hear all the other nonsense White America is saying about Black America, yeah I hear it loud and clear! “If black people don’t like it here in America, they need to go back to Africa!” “Black people should thank us for bringing them to America to make them slaves!” “Black people want equal rights only when it serves them!” “The police don’t discriminate against black people!” “If those niggers were working, they wouldn’t have time for all those protests!” “If it weren’t for black people, there would be no crime in America!” “Black people should just shut up and be thankful!” “Why didn’t Abraham Lincoln just send all the black people back to Africa when he had the chance?” “If black people are poor, it’s their own fault!” “Black people are lazy!” “You can’t blame taxi drivers for being afraid of picking up black men!” “Black kids have the same educational opportunities as white kids have!” “Black men don’t take care of their kids, the government does!” “The reason the schools in America have such low scores is because the blacks are stupid!” “Black people just want to do drugs and drink alcohol all the time!” “Black people just don’t want to work!” “All black people are on welfare!” “Black don’t want to learn!” “Black women have all those babies so they can get more welfare!” “America would be better with no black people” “I’m afraid of black people, especially black men!” “All those black men in prison deserve to be there!” “America loves black people, look at Oprah Winfrey and Tiger Woods!” “Obama got elected because all the black people voted for him just because he was black!” “Why can’t we call them niggers, they call each other that?” Follow me as we look at the truth about the black man in America and why he finds no justice here. Let’s look at the astounding statistics about black men in America. Let’s look at what happened the night Trayvon Martin was shot and killed to determine if it was because he was black. Let’s ask the crucial questions that we all need the answers to. Let’s read and hear the 911 calls to figure out what really happened. Let’s look at some wonderfully poignant articles written from the black perspective about the Trayvon Martin where one black writer says when he was wearing a sweat shirt and walking around their neighborhood, even his wife mistook him for a thug! And finally, let’s look to the future. A future that may one day see Martin Luther King’s dream become a reality!

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2020102021794
    • ISBN:  9781476477831

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