cuntyspice:

why do people act like being fat in the black community is so much easier

like niggas like *thick* girls but thick girls to them means abs and a big ass.. so if you ova a size 16 at most you still get left out

Anonymous: Do you know how many black people kill white people? But I guess it's ok then cuz it's black killing a white it must not be wrong???

thoughtsofablackgirl:

The thing with a black person killing a white person the black person will most likely end in jail and being charge. Now white people on the other will get stuff like oh “he was drunk” “he need therapy” ” he got a mental illness”  Your peers find everyday to justify y’all wrong doing. Whether its killing a black person or another white person or raping somebody or killing a three year old or molesting your own daughter. There’s always some justification.

-Pierre-

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blackfemalepresident:

white people can sympathize with rapists, mass murderers, psychopaths and cannibals but nah that dead black kid had it coming

Anonymous: Is it racist that a white, 20 year old unarmed kid was shot by a black cop on Monday, Aug 18, 3 days ago and its no where in the news? Oh wait, it happens all the time, its just not newsworthy. Sucks to be white.

yoisthisracist:

Dear Racists: I know you’re going to to be trotting this out in the next few days claiming that this shows how white people are just as badly treated as black people in the US (though, of course, the idea that “it happens all the time” to white people is, of course, a ridiculous and disgusting lie).

But guess what, fuckheads, as usual, you’re wrong as fuck. The reason this tragedy isn’t national news is because, surprise surprise, a similar (ish) shooting of a white teenager by a black cop is being handled by the authorities completely differently! That’s right, you dumbfucks, this officer is being immediately and vigorously investigated, the officer’s name was released, the victim wasn’t denied medical care, nor was his body left on the street for hours. It’s almost like, we treat black and white people differently in our justice system! And if you want to argue that the fucking Salt Lake City PD (oh shit, was I able to read about this case in the NATIONAL NEWS?!?!?! ) is racist against white people, you are fucking out of your mind.

So, nice try, you asshole, I know you were salivating over finding a case to compare this to Mike Brown, but, even with this timing, you’re not even fucking close to proving your racist “point.”

atane:

atane:

How can we end the abuse of stop-and-frisk practices? “It’s simple,” says New York City police officer Adhyl Polanco. “Don’t stop the innocent people.”

In a new video for the WhereIAmGoing.org campaign, Polanco talks about what’s wrong with the city’s stop-and-frisk policy.

After joining the force in 2005, Polanco thought it was his dream job. But in 2009, he found himself obligated to stop people who were simply walking home from school or to the store, or just hanging out outside. In one instance, he was ordered to arrest a 13-year-old boy and not ask questions.

“This is not what I became a cop for. This is not what I wanted to do,” he says.

Polanco has even found himself stopped and frisked by other police officers.

After he complained about the unfair implementation, including in a letter to Internal Affairs, he was suspended from the NYPD with pay. 

Black and Latino young men should not have to grow up with an expectation that they will be stopped and unjustly harassed because of their race and gender. The discriminatory policy has only created a sense of fear and anger toward police rather than the trust that is needed to build safe communities.

“You should be working with the community,” says Polanco. “You should be gaining community trust. There’s a lot of things that can make the community safer. Stopping and harassing innocent people is not going make the community safer.”

Source

NYPD officer Adhyl Polanco is a good cop. He said he found himself obligated to stop and frisk innocent Black and Latino men who were simply walking home, going to the store or merely hanging out. He was once ordered to arrest a 13 year old boy. This didn’t sit well with him, so he complained about the policy and wrote a letter to internal affairs. What happened? He got suspended by his superiors in the NYPD. 

That is what happens to good cops. Officer Polanco himself was stopped and frisked by fellow officers.

"You’re not protecting the people and you’re not protecting property, so why are you there?" 

(Source: jessehimself)

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