And that ain’t excuses
Just dealing with the roots of abuses that make a reality
He’s clearly not trying to excuse the behaviour of unruly black people but he is imploring people to know why this is understandable in the extremely prejudiced upbringing that many men and women have endured. If you are unfairly treated because of a superficial thing like skin colour and feel helpless then how would you feel?
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