The tea from the voice of our millennial and Z generations are saying, America must come to grips and realize its inherent racism.
America’s racism goes beyond the legal and law enforcement community having a few bad apples that have fallen from America’s tree while whistling in the wind to the tune, “land of the free and home of the brave.”
This pandemic was already inherent and embedded with the signing of the Declaration of Independence August 2, 1776 and had finished buffering with the writing of the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787,
Racism was apparent with the savage police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, in broad daylight with cameras rolling from innocent bystanders.
Instead, we saw the Attorney General order the removal of peaceful demonstrators dispersed out of a nearby park in Washington D.C. with flash grenades, rubber bullets and tear gas so that the President could take a photo op in front of St. John’s Church holding a Bible up in his hand.
Pastor Carey G. Anderson is the Senior Minister of First AME Church in Seattle and is the oldest black church in the State of Washington.