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Murder Was The Case

Brotha’s and Sistah’s it’s such a disgrace. They’re killing black and brown people and it’s right in our face. Justifying the unjustifiable, legalized genocide of black people is undeniable.

They kill us in the streets, silencing our heartbeats robbing us of our future potential, to them the damage done is inconsequential. The lives being taken are exponential.

Ten years does not suffice, this cop who took Botham”s life, he was eating a bowl of ice cream, just makes me want to scream. How are you not safe in your own home? They come up with all kinds of excuses to not leave us alone…these acts of murder the justice system condones.

Thirty miles away from Botham is where Atatiana stayed, their hatred of us could not be delayed. Playing video games with her nephew, competition was tight, didn’t even have a clue it would be her last night. A wellness call that turned deadly, a presence not announced, in less than five seconds, she’s dead was pronounced.

If the situation were reversed and WE were killing them, you better trust and believe, you’d never see us again. For even when evidence does not match the facts, they have all kinds of ways to get us back! Be vigilant and watchful, especially if you’re black, because truth be told my people, we’re under attack!


  • C.K. McGhee

    C.K. McGhee is a woman of faith who believes in nurturing her spiritual relationship with God in order to be her best and to give her best. She hails from New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley, which is just north of New York City. Having been diagnosed with Major Depressive and Anxiety Disorder twenty years ago, she is concerned with bringing awareness to the Mental Health crisis in America; specifically focused on The African-American community. She believes that not only are her struggles with mental health a testimony for someone else who may be struggling but that it’s the very foundation for her advocacy platform; to inspire, motivate and inform others that there is life despite mental health challenges. Her signature phrase, “Here’s to brighter days”, maintains a steadfast hope that all of the voices that have been silenced by stigma, will be supported to speak their truth, knowing and understanding the value of their lives; walking in purpose towards their brighter days!

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