Expressing may not be Enough it’s the Proof Which Tells



Some are so in denial that they’re unwilling to understand just where proof stands. No matter what’s said there will need to be proof. Takes more than work of mouth in order to receive what is desired. The proof is going to tell what so many may want to know or need to know. For some they’ll want to hide proof because of their actions. Not wanting to accept that what occurs should’ve occurred. When persons rights are violated there should be some willing to stand in some instances there will be just “one” willing to take a stand. When it appears as if so many are against there will be at least one or one other willing to defend.

Being expressive is necessary however there are some continuing to be out of place. The proof needs to be provided because there’s so many injustices. Imagine how many individuals are incarcerated because of their rights being violated. Knowing what the rights are can save a person or persons from many hardships. There are so many needing to have individuals take stands in order to be freed from the injustices. There’s individuals as well as agencies continuing to violate the rights of not just African Americans but of other minorities. Yes, we all should be alert and stand firm. The brave ones will stand up no matter how many persons on projecting attacks.

Focused on Taking Care of Rights

When individuals rights have been violated being expressive is necessary. “No Person Should Tolerate Being Victimized Over and Over.” By: (Tanikka Paulk). There are some too afraid to take a stand, too afraid to speak up, too afraid to make any movements at all. If persons continue to remain silent about the injustices then there will be more and more destruction. The further one climbs the more likely there will be individuals wanting to pull down. There should be thoughts of wanting to provide positive changes and create a more stabilized economical system.

More Reads Below

http://www.mylot.com/post/3130828/invasion-of-some-sort

How to Deal With Unfair Treatment

How About Light.” By: (Tanikka Paulk)

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