The heck with social distancing . . .
On June 9, 2020, we celebrate the life of George Perry Floyd, Jr. The man whose built stood tall (at 6 feet, 6 inches). A man who was known to his family as a “Giant.” Today, he leaves behind his legacy that will long be remembered. As a nation, as a people, we heard his cry, “I Can’t Breathe.” The minutes before his passing (was witnessed by hundreds and thousands) we screamed, we watched, and some even cried, as the evil doings of officers, openly and blatantly, murder our brother (George Perry Floyd, Jr.). This day of praising is a new life for George, many came out in abundance (of thousands) to celebrate his homecoming . . . but only a select group was permitted to get in.
Front cover courtesy of Ben Dutton / Video courtesy of Fox 5 & Fox 26houston.com . . .
Bringing justice to the forefront for the wrongdoings of injustice done to people of color. Fifty states with a variety of colors coming together to stand up for freedom and the abolishment of racism. A nation filled with days of protesting, rioting, and looting . . . proclaiming the righteousness of a nation that speaks the language “Every Human Life Matters.”
This is not a nation of one color, but a nation of colors. Within that global nation, every living human should have the freedom to breathe. No humans should take that right and life from them. Only our Creator shall giveth and taketh. Yet, when loved one leaves us it is “Hard to Say Goodbye To Yesterday.” George Perry Floyd, Jr. has changed the course of our history. Yet, when our loved one leaves us it is “Hard to Say Goodbye To Yesterday.” George Perry Floyd, Jr. has changed the course of our history. His death speaks to the lawmakers (those supposed leaders) that enough is enough. It is time to give accountability all who commit injustice upon another. Many (of its people) are still waiting to talk about the Forty Acres and Mule, which was promised. But what happened to our brother (George) will not go unnoticed. As a nation, it’s time to stand up, be counted, and recognized! Know that it’s not only a BLM social justice message. Until all wrongs have been right, “We as a nation, as a people, Can’t breathe.”