THE STREETS DON'T LOVE YOU BACK

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Justice for Trayvon Martin RIP..... and for the future of ALL our youth!!!

Justice for Trayvon Martin RIP..... and for the future of ALL our youth!!!

STOP INJUSTICE FOR ALL

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Comment by Lucinda F. Boyd on March 23, 2012 at 9:37pm

I may look white, I bleed red, I choose to see no color... I am part english, spanish, cheroke to name a few, my children are half mexican, my husband is black.  I do not stand for or tolerate racism. I wish people would learn and understand the differences that they do not know or are afraid of.  Look at each person for who they are. There is good and bad with everything. Not all people are the same. The hatred is ugly and it needs to stop. Believe it or not we all have more similarities than differences. Stop the injustice for all... and teach our youth to love, honor, respect themselves and others. We must stand united to achieve anything!!! JUSTICE FOR ALL

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on March 23, 2012 at 9:01pm

Dear parents of Trayvon Martin,
As a white mother of a white son, I do not pretend to know what you must be going through right now. I respect and honor our differences. My neighbors and I have taken these pictures because we want you to kn...ow that you are not alone. We have all wept for your son. We dress our children in hoodies because we want them to grow up to share the burden we feel. We want them to know that if a child or a group of children are not safe in this world then we are all responsible. We want them to know that today, at this moment, we are all Trayvon.
May God bless you and bring you comfort.Dear parents of Trayvon Martin,
As a white mother of a white son, I do not pretend to know what you must be going through right now. I respect and honor our differences. My neighbors and I have taken these pictures because we want you to kn...ow that you are not alone. We have all wept for your son. We dress our children in hoodies because we want them to grow up to share the burden we feel. We want them to know that if a child or a group of children are not safe in this world then we are all responsible. We want them to know that today, at this moment, we are all Trayvon.
May God bless you and bring you comfort.

Comment by Lucinda F. Boyd on March 23, 2012 at 8:46pm

send me your group Hoodie picture for the album... lucindaboydrn@gmail.com

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