‘A Welcoming Yet Challenging Question’:
“How Do Black and Cops of Color Feel?”
Gregory V. Boulware
Here Ye, Hear Ye One and All Black America! Do you have a mother, father, brother or sister, son or daughter, cousin, friend, or any relational attachments to people in the law enforcement? Would YOU reach out to them and take them into your confidence? Do YOU challenge, protest, or resent all the murders of Black Men, Women, and Children in our communities? …If so, I challenge you do bring them to the table in hopes and dreams of a peaceful and engaging ‘Q’ and ‘A’ about the dangers faced on a daily basis by Black People En mass.
In light of the most recent and continuing killings of youth, adult, and senior Blacks by white police officers, and the posting of the article ~ “The Execution of Justice and The Killing of Misconduct” ~ http://blackinamerica.com/content/284605/the-execution-of-justice-and-the-killing-of-misconduct this question is posed. How do you, men and women, as police officers of color, feel about the killings of Black Folks by white police? This forum is designed to welcome your opinions as well as communicating with the community throughout the country and around the world.
Your personal input is anticipated and needed in hopes of once and for all in putting this killing spree behind us. The relationship is paramount in facing the up and coming challenges of the future and survival of all people across the globe; but more than not, right here in America!
What are Black Churches, Officials, Representatives, Lawyers, Community Leaders, Council Persons, Doctors, Nurses, and People in other positions of power doing to prevent and or stop this ruthless and unnecessary violence? I challenge you to include yourselves in this major killing dilemma.
Come Forth Ye One and All and Put a Permanent Stop to the KILLING!
In Peace and Love,
A.K.A, Doctor Gregory V. Boulware of ‘Black In America Connect’
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