Nosy White People Calling the Police on Black People by Raymond Sturgis audiobook

Nosy White People Calling the Police on Black People: White America’s Fear and Shame

By Raymond Sturgis
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    ISBN: 9781982713966

I understand America is a free country. However, that does not mean white people should feel free to harass and disrespect the lives of African Americans. Nosy white people are making it a sick habit of calling the police on African Americans for the sake of amusement and maybe to see police brutality. Nosy white people should be concerned about the urban terrorist in their families who is conducting mass killings because someone hurt their feelings. It would benefit nosy white people to join or help African Americans doing positive things if they feel left out or ignored. We all have a right to freedom, however, calling the police because a person’s color or economic status is different than yours is cruel and stems from an agitated and dormant hatred—the kind we now witness in our President who has yet to condemn such disrespect.

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I understand America is a free country. However, that does not mean white people should feel free to harass and disrespect the lives of African Americans. Nosy white people are making it a sick habit of calling the police on African Americans for the sake of amusement and maybe to see police brutality. Nosy white people should be concerned about the urban terrorist in their families who is conducting mass killings because someone hurt their feelings. It would benefit nosy white people to join or help African Americans doing positive things if they feel left out or ignored. We all have a right to freedom, however, calling the police because a person’s color or economic status is different than yours is cruel and stems from an agitated and dormant hatred—the kind we now witness in our President who has yet to condemn such disrespect.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Social Science
Runtime: 0.28
Audience: Adult
Language: English