That Trayvon got sucked up into that ghetto culture and lost his way by the age of 17 is a tragedy of it’s own that isn’t ever discussed. He was once an innocent child with a future and the ability to make the world better. Now he’s gone. There are so many like him that die every day in every major US city - the vast majority which we learn little about because they don’t have the sensationalistic exploitable angle of a George Zimmerman. Why is there no discussion of the intrinsic issues within these communities, in our popular culture, and in our black culture, that allows the senseless loss of life - and recurrent loss of innocence and promise of the children who live in those communities? Holder was right. We do have a cowardice when it comes to discussions of race, but it is the Holders, Sharptons, Jacksons, Lees, etc. etc. who are the cowards in this regard, and the children they say they care about are the ones who are suffering.
we had the same reaction, different words
Because the black community is still enslaved. They've simply been transformed from an agricultural tool into a political tool. It's to the progressives' advantage to maintain the status quo.
So where did the Pigford and Pigford II, n reparations money go?
Besides to Al and Jesse