Let every city in the world take a look at whats happening in Ferguson. Everything about this whole situation is wrong from the begining. It started off a shame the way the black community destroyed their own neiborhood that they reside in which also helped to make it easier for prosecutors not to have officer Darren Wilson locked up.
Someone need to give the people supervision, or let them hear something that they need to hear instead of turning on the news everyday and seeing another unarmed teenager shot to death. They need to get a better understanding that attacking police officers gets no support by the people they need support from.
We got a dose of the first protest with Trayvon Martin. Civil rights leaders and parents of teenager attend protests over acquittal of George Zimmerman in Florida trial. Although Zimmerman was cleared on charges, the community in over 100 cities still used peaceful protests to get their statement out. Trayvon Martin's mother choked back tears as a crowd of 2000 New Yorkers chanted We love you.
The actions that are being taken in Ferguson is starting to make the black community look bad as a whole. We now have college student not wanting minorities at their schools, songs and chants are being created that uses the nigger word in it, etc. Do anyone see where this is headed? Their is too much hate from both the race sides that still lives within our communities today.
Now the chief of police has resigned in Ferguson, and behind his resignation, two police officers are shot hours later in a protest that was dying down. I don't know what the motive was behind the shooting or what caused it, but i'm sure this is going to escalade into worst actions than before.
Isabel Eugene, 16, who also attended the rally in Miami, said: “Before Trayvon Martin, we took precautions, but now it's worse. Not just with the police killing minorities, but also with minorities and protestors handling it the wrong way. In some cases, its not good for us to take the upper hand. At some point and time, I hope this all comes to a cease.