What My Wish List Is For The USA, Part II (Second Policy: Black Lives Matter)

Gronda Morin

BLM article-doc-6s7k4-4TDCsacXdB3badf857ebeb6020a0-386_634x421 Black Lives Matter protest

My wish is that the next U.S. presidential administration would include a cabinet post to openly deal with the issues of racism within the US culture and the racist bias and unfairness in its judicial system. The Black Lives Movement deserves credit for pushing back those who would like to deny the existence of overt and implicit racism existing within the US social structure and its extension into the US judicial system.

To me the Black Lives Matter’s objectives equal being pro-police. An example would be the 2013- 2014  policing reforms, many advocated by BLM and instituted by the City of Dallas despite strong opposition from their union, resulted in a drastic reduction of complaints of police using excessive force on unarmed Black citizens. In addition there have been significantly less on the job police deaths and injuries. (This is despite the recent reprehensible sick actions of one individual in Dallas against police.) In short the same reforms and training that eliminates the killing or…

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