What George Floyd’s death has taught me?

TIME FOR CHANGE

THE HARSH REALITY

  1. High chances of a White person calling the police on you unjustifiably.
  2. High chances of being randomly stopped by the police, again…unjustifiably.
  3. High chances of being racially abused, no matter where you are.

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