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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Racism and is MajorProblem Still a the belief that all members of a specific race has characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish this race as inferior or superior to another race or races The Klu Klux Klan released a letter threatening to use lethal force against Ferguson protesters In defense of the letter,Frank Ancona, theleader of the Missouri KKK,said that "The flier... talks about defense. So, in order to defend yourself, that means youre being attacked. Was The KKK's main beliefs are to restore America back to being a white,Christian nation, free from drugs,homosexuality,immigration, and race-mixing, which they think attributes to the country's downfall The KKK is warning the protesters to not turn violent, or they, will use "lethal force" In "A Time to Kill", which takes placein the mid 1980's,the KKK harass Jake Brigance and his colleagues fordefending Carl Lee, a black man. Burn a crosson Jake's lawn Ways they intimidate people Kill his secretary'shusband Nearly beat Ellen (partner lawyer) to death and lefther to die tied toa pole Tried to shoot Jake but missed and hit one of his bodyguards instead Burned Jake's house down belief that all membersof each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to thatrace, especially so asto distinguish it as inferior or superior toanother race or races Made the KKK more angrythat they failed so they attacked more of his friends Studies show that police are more likely to pull over and frisk blacks or Latinos thanwhites. In New York City, 80% of the stopsmade were blacks and Latinos, and 85%of those people werefrisked, compared to a mere 8% of the whitepeople stopped After being arrested,African-Americansare 33% more likely than whites to be detained while facinga felony trial in New York. After the violent protestswhen Officer Wilson was not charged, willthe KKK intervene likethey said they would? The U.S. Sentencing Commission reportedthat African Americans receive 10% longer sentences than whites through the federalsystem for the same crimes As things don't gothe KKK's way, theirviolence escalates The police finally have proof to indict them They may end up retaliating for the violent protests They wind up getting arrested This brings up controversy becauseof what the whole protest is about After all this debate of Michael Brown attacking the officer or not, it almost seems like the KKK is relating their statement to the case as a whole
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