User:Malik Shabazz

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1856 or 2016?

they had no rights which the white man was bound to respect

External images
A Man Was Lynched by Police Yesterday, flag, 2016, by Dread Scott (whose notability is belittled by the fact that Wikipedia redirects his name to Dred Scott)

A Man Was Lynched Yesterday, flag, 1920s or 1930s, NAACP

Angelica Rogers, "Does This Flag Make You Flinch?", The New York Times
NYC Rise Up and -ShutItDown for Baltimore (16695147074).jpg
Your whiteness has become a burden too heavy for you to carry, so you outsource it to a vile political figure who amplifies your most detestable private thoughts.

Whiteness is blindness. It is the wish not to see what it will not know.

If you do not know us, you also refuse to hear us because you do not believe what we say. You have decided that enough is enough. If the cops must kill us for no good reason, then so be it because most of us are guilty anyway. If the black person that they kill turns out to be innocent, it is an acceptable death, a sacrificial one.


Michael Eric Dyson, "What White America Fails to See", The New York Times