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View Diary: Sanford, Florida's Long, Troubled History of Racism & Racial Injustice (33 comments)

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  •  Superb research, david (1+ / 0-)
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    and it highlights just how intractable an injustice can remain when all the efforts to mobilize against it have been ignored by the larger part of society. We can only hope, as always, that in in this case justice will be established for Trayvon and even moreso begin the slow process of preventing future Trayvons. The majority population may finally be listening in a way they never have before. Now is always the time to end this and all other forms of injustice.  

    There is a critical difference between feeling discriminated against because you're disagreed with and being discriminated against because of who you are.

    by EdSF on Sun Apr 01, 2012 at 04:37:32 PM PDT

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