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Updated: Jul 6, 2020

We Stand Together. We need to channel our energy to make a change to be better.

This is a time for social unrest amongst our youth and our nation. The unjust killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others has stirred up our feelings about our own future and that of the person sitting next to us. Cases of racial discrimination, social injustice, denial or violation of economic, sociocultural, political, civil, or human rights by those with more power or influence are climbing.

What social change in policies and laws would you bring that adversely affect the minority group? Was there a time you were the victim and wished there was something you could do? Have you witnessed racial discrimination and wondered how that person might have felt? What are your feelings about the future?

This is your forum to share your thoughts and ideas, to speak your voice in a manner that it motivates policy makers to bring a positive change.

[The views reflected in this forum are its authors opinions to encourage a change in today's society, and has no bearing on anyone else's views or opinions. Any posts that do not use this forum respectfully will be deleted without notice.]

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