Fade To Black: Sean Bell

I wanted to take a moment of silence for the Bell family. I purposely didn't touch on this subject earlier because I didn't want to walk around at work with the ill-grill (and I would have) because I work in a 'No Mean Muggin' Allowed' type company.

I'm so angry I can't even think straight so I will let my fellow bloggers tell it while I pray for the family:

Black Perspective

Serenity Life

Word Of The People

You Better Recognize

Diary of a Content Black Women


  1. I read about that in work too and I was so upset. I was like "I'll be back" and went to the bathroom and cried. It's so sad and tragic. I had to vent about it myself.

  2. The truly sad part is that this is what we still EXPECT in 2008. We didn't expect a conviction because we know better.

    And no matter what the judge says about how the prosecutor brought the case, there's always a reason for injustice against Blacks in the American judicial system.

  3. @ shelia, you're right.

    we have faith that things will turn out for the best, but the injustices are coming along too often, it's so sad, a beautiful family senselessly ripped apart.

    My prayers to them


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