A Sense of Urgency
How long has the "poison of discrimination" been going on?
Why did the government only recognize violence instead of addressing the long standing discriminations against its ethnic minorities?
As the unrest in France unfolded in front of the world, I wonder when the United States government is going to address the "poison of discrimination" that has plagued its racial minorities.
Where is the urgency for the people of color to demand equal education, employment, health care, and housing?
What can the United States learn from the events transpiring in France?