For Trayvon and Emmett: My “Walking While Black” stories – Keka – Open Salon


“We need to hear those bone chilling screams and the shot that killed Trayvon seconds later.

Yes, it’s a parent’s worst nightmare come true.

But it might finally wake the whole world.”

 

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For Trayvon and Emmett: My “Walking While Black” stories – Keka – Open Salon.

One thought on “For Trayvon and Emmett: My “Walking While Black” stories – Keka – Open Salon

  1. I am a Black woman.

    Wife to a Black man.

    Mother to a Black man.

    Grandmother to a Black boy.

    Trayvon is the personification of my daily nightmare living in America. Are my loved ones next?

    We cannot have any person of any color gunning down citizens in our streets without locking them away.

    Regardless of your skin color, you loved ones, too are in danger unless something is done.

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