When will the people who hate African-American faces look in the mirror and say, “I’m wrong! I need to change.”

Is there not a friend, neighbor, family member, coworker, judge, or anybody who will look the people who kill African-American faces in the eye and call them out without blinking?

When will the people who publicly brutalize African-American faces check the unemployment rates and consider the fact that they got paid the day they beat a man, while a kind-hearted person who would do no such thing, is laid off – wondering when or if they will ever get their job back

When will justice be consistently served to send a clear message that says, “STOP!”

Hearts to people who value people and treat them well – with love, dignity and respect – you matter and make a difference to cause change. Let’s continue to lift our voices and stand together in unity.