Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Get ready — Toronto’s next wave of Black voices will be more urgent, strident and radical - METRO NEWS

by Royson James
Originally published: July 24, 2017
Publisher: MetroNewsToronto.ca

Unless you are a liar, you won’t be able to say you were not warned.

You cannot plead ignorance to the perennial, century after century cannibalization of Black humanity and dignity in the pursuit of western civilization.

You cannot say no one told us there is a problem; that the descendants of enslaved Africans are still considered less than human. That even as they walk among us, in Toronto the Good, in the burgeoning suburbs from Burlington to Bowmanville and up to Barrie, an off-duty cop allegedly stopped a young Black man for no apparent reason, fabricated evidence, beat him up and no one in the police chain of command reported it to the agency that investigates police. The cop faced no repercussions until the young Black man’s lawyer reported it. The young Black man was left with several broken bones and an eye that is so badly damaged it will have to be taken out.