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Danielle Elaine speaks from the heart on Baltimore protesters

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Youth activist Danielle Elaine discusses Baltimore protesters

Martin Pratt

4 Comments

  1. William Wilson on April 30, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    My niece tells it like it is

  2. Sharika Nickerson on May 1, 2015 at 1:17 am

    I agree 100! .. on what your saying actually I think us as a people should have community meeting watch the movie “the spoke that sat by the door” To organize just what the blacks dI’d in that movie but better when that movie came out it was banned the very next day ,why ? Because they were afraid of that it would put idea into our heads (blacks African American ) and I don’t think the police our equip to handle such situations as that ,yes it was a movie but like said the government is afraid of the of anything in that matter actually happening we have to make stand to let those trigger figure cop killers know that we’ gave had enough we have tried to comply with their rules and they sat back and laughing to themselves saying ” we did a good job training those monkeys ” yeah don’t think for a second they stop calling us monkey ,maybe not un our faces but at there all whites meetings ,I believe it’s time for a rude awaken enough is enough!!!!
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