Slavery Still Exists In Some Parts Of America

A researcher and historian Dr. Randy Short believes that Blacks still don’t have human rights in some parts of US.

In an interview with Press TV on Tuesday 8 March, Dr. Short said, “There’s a history of violence, brutality, cruelty” against blacks in the US and particularly in Kentucky.

Dr. Randy Short pointed out that the main killers or terrorists in American history have always been White people. “Thousands and thousands and thousands of African Americans are murdered by law enforcement and also prison personnel,” He said.

The social action minister made mention of the death of a 16-year-old black teenage girl Gynnya McMillen who died while in police custody in New York.
Report says that the teenager had been held and tortured at the Lincoln Village Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The police force in particular always uses excessive force against Blacks.

Officers who are mostly involved in brutal killings, racial profiling and the use of deadly forces are left to go scot-free. Actions must be taken and these forms of slavery should be abolished in the society.

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