Eh, I understand your frustration. But in order to keep myself mentally stable I try not to get involved in things I can't change or things I find unethical and instead focus on what I can change. I can't change anything about the fact that Corona exists, but I can wear a mask. I can't go and protest and loot, but I will donate and make my voice heard. I will denounce racism and condemn it and the petty and disgusting racism that America can display is not acceptable. However, this does not give people the right to destroy businesses, loot, and even harm other people. That's not going to help anyone. That bastard was arrested and charged with murder and if you ask me, so far so good. Now if he's found innocent...holy hell.
I understand the frustration within the Black Community and it takes extreme measures like this to even let our concerns be heard, but I'm sure looting and violence isn't the best way to go about doing so. The other side is, we've tried peaceful protest before when other innocent unarmed black men were killed and our voices get brushed to the side. It continues to happen. And when enough becomes enough, you lose sight of reason.
People like to blame both sides of the situation and to an extent that's fair. But, how can we make it so that one side won't have a reason to protest nonviolently or violently? We need new legislation and protocol for American law enforcement. Obviously there's a disparity between how Cops handle African American and White citizens. If we've paid attention to the past few weeks we've seen White citizens weaponize the color of African American's skin because they know how Cops treat us only for all of those case to be the fault of those people. It's revolting. Something needs to change. Protect and Serving for some is not working.