Our Black Girls

Sex trafficking and prostitution among young black girls and women is at an all-time high. According to The Voice of Black Cincinnati, 52 percent of all juvenile arrests are African American and 40 percent of the victims are African American.

In recent news, 19-year old Chrystul Kizer is on trial for the murder of Randy Volar, a white male confirmed to have had sexually recorded encounters, coerced, and sold underage black girls as young as 12-years old, including child pornography and having sex with them himself.

In February 2018, Volar was arrested and within days released with no bail. Months later following his arrest, he was engaging with Chrystul in his home where he was then shot in the head by her and set afire.

Sounds cold and gruesome, but nothing was more shocking to me than finding out all his victims were young black girls.  They were found by him on a prostitution site.  Although he spent years abusing Chrystul, the predator has now become the victim. The time he should have served is now hers to bear maximized. She is now facing life in prison.

The people who manipulate and force children into sex trafficking are not our biggest problem. The real threat for most of these girls starts at home. The majority of Volars’s victims were runaways, soliciting themselves for money, easy prey. These victims usually live in or escape abusive homes, are victims of molestation, or left alone to raise themselves with no father at home and the mother either working or running the streets herself giving people like Volar the opportunity to manipulate and groom these girls for a life of prostitution. 

The Washington Post stated that, “Children of color are seen as willing participants”.

Society and law enforcement do not care about our black children.  It’s up to us as parents and people of our community to protect them, warn them about predators, and teach them to love and value themselves. Chrystul started soliciting herself and became his prostitute at the age of 14.

Law enforcement has done their due diligence getting evidence to convict her. Chrystul’s social media post was found with post of her bragging and photos of the gun she used in his murder. The prosecution claims her motive in killing him was to steal his BMW. They will hold her accountable for her actions, but let a known predator free to continue his abuse of young black girls.  

We have mothers and fathers with girls who may be working hard to provide for them, but are not protecting, teaching and raising them in how they NEED to be raised. When you encounter broken people, in most cases they were shattered during childhood.

This is the Injustice of our world and becoming the legacy of our race. Slavery of our people was bad enough, but what’s going on now is no better. Our children are suffering and still being handed over, bought, and sold.  Our people are mentally enslaved. The agenda is to have us destroy our own race from within.

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Christy Angelette is part of the Generation X generation. She is a mother of three amazing sons and is a southern Queen born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She is an advocate for mental health and destigmatizing mental illness. She also has a published book entitled, “Unbalanced”, a fact and fictional book on matters of mental health, abuse, toxic relationships and healing. It is available via Amazon, Google, iTunes and Barnes and Nobel.

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