Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
What those on the outside looking in, but criticize, refuse to accept, is the cruelty towards people of color, primarily black. There is “driving while black,” “shopping while black,” and the shootings have even created “living while black.” Well, trying to live while black.
The things being done to black people seem to be overlooked, with more outrage going on, over property being destroyed. Property can always be repaired, replaced, and rebuilt. But, when a life is lost, there’s no replacing that.
Meagan Elston Sweatt shared a terrible Winn-Dixie experience, which took place in Rainbow City, Alabama. Sharing to Facebook, she detailed her husband being called a “monkey,” by a white family, and then assaulted by two white men when he turned around. They tried to force him to leave the store, for being black, and Winn-Dixie management refused to call the police, afterward, and when they came, said the aisle where the altercation took place did not have cameras.
Read Meagan Elston Sweatt’s Facebook status below:
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