Of course Black Lives Won't Matter Till We Stand Up!

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Sean Bell -- unarmed and riddled with bullets by police. We accepted the verdict so what else can we expect?

Re: "Akai Gurley: Black Lives Don't Matter..." Black lives don't matter because we sit back and do nothing but wait for the hearts of our historical enemies to change or for divine intervention.

However nothing shows any possibility of a change in the hearts and minds of the typical American and nothing indicates that God has ever or will ever solve human problems.

When the New York courts failed to prosecute Dominique Strauss-Kahn, whose semen was found on the uniform of Ms. Diallo, the Black public was unconcerned despite the fact that most of our mothers and grandmothers were subjected to similar dangers in the work place.

We have refused to make any sacrifice for what we say we want; freedom. Why have we accepted the official decision in cases like Sean Bell, Ramarley Graham and so many others?

Freedom is obviously too costly for us. It's too rich for our blood!

It looks like we will continue to lie down and be killed one at a time. That way it won't hurt so bad!

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