Why We Are Protesting in Charlotte – The New York Times



“That systemic violence, which rarely makes headlines, creates the daily traumatic stress that puts our communities on edge, affecting both those of us who live there and outside observers who often denounce “black-on-black” crime. We cannot have a grown-up conversation about race in America until we acknowledge the violent conditions engendered by government policy and police practice.”

(Read the entire op-ed.)

Source: Why We Are Protesting in Charlotte – The New York Times

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