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Old 03-24-2012, 01:56 PM   #10
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Default Re: Trayvon Martin support/discussion thread.

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Originally Posted by Rafarta&Grigorior♥ View Post
I so agree with this. In California for example alot of dirty cops always get away with murder killing people because of discrimination and even racism, in 1991 for example it was a riot between the young teens and kids vs the cops, its always been like that for a long time, and im not surprise if it still happens not just in cali but elsewhere in the usa
Yep. It is a shame. Have we humans not learned from our ancestors? Racism and discrimination have torn humans apart since the ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians

The first thing Christopher Columbus wrote in his diary after landing in the Bahamas in October 1492? "The people are cheerful, unarmed, and mostly nude. They will make great slaves"

Did you see the Miami Heat and their hoodies showing support for Trayvon?

http://uptownmagazine.com/files/2012/03/Miami-Heat.jpg
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