A Cry For Justice

by Jessie B. Evans-Hayes

Publisher: Page Publishing, Inc.

Publication Date: March 03, 2016

ISBN: 9781682137277

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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 Like the majority of institutions in America, the U.S. Postal Service policy, practice, and/or procedure appear neutral. Truthfully, it has a disproportionately negative impact on members of a racial or ethnic minority group.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said, “An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere!” Inequalities, regardless of their bases should not be swept under the rug. Any discrimination is intolerable, and as citizens, we must all make a serious attempt to do away with it. If we remain docile and inactive, the disparity will continue to grow, and our great nation, no doubt, will diminish to irrelevancy. America is a great nation; however, let’s not forget that her strength is built on hope, faith, and all honesty through free labor of slaves. Today, racial disparity affects both the innocent and guilty minority.

Our judicial system is in urgent need of reform. Our nation is confronted with serious moral, ethical, constitutional, and economic challenges. We have to work together for systematic changes.

This book/documentary validate that as a race of people, we are still plagued with persistent racial disparities—systematic racism which causes serious physical as well as psychological consequences. It discloses judicial tyranny and the corruption of the justice system by way of consistent psychological manipulation and deception, and unconstitutional laws that infringes on minorities and pro se litigants’ rights. Like cancer, racism has the potential to destroy!