Ian K. Minnesota

Be Treated Fairly

Everyone will be treated fairly even by race.

Dear Future President,

The issue is that black people are not getting equal rights as the white people. (“When we blame private prejudice, suburban snobbishness, and black poverty for contemporary segregation, we not only whitewash our own history but avoid considering whether new policies might instead promote an integrated community.”,sara boboltz,para. 7). The u.s is majorly being affected by the shooting of black people, some people are afraid to leave their homes. I believe this topic should be a priority of the future president because police are killing black people for just reaching in there pocket, it isn’t going to stop unless the president deals with the problem.

The issue is that black people are being shot by police, which is causing people to shoot police. It is a right that all people should be treated fairly. Each of us is different in our own special way but we also have the common qualities that make us all humans. It matters that all people should be treated fairly. Also black people should not put their hands in their pockets. It is illegal to pull out a gun in front of a cop.It matters because you could get killed if you pull out a gun. That’s why you should not pull out a gun.

It is a right to shoot if someone reaches for a gun. If someone reaches for a gun there is a right to shoot the person. If a person points a gun at you, you can shoot them. That you could get killed if you don’t defend yourself. You can shoot someone if they aim at you first.

I think the solution is that the president could tell citizens to don’t pretend to pull out a gun or you will be killed. The global goal target is reduced inequalities. It matters because even more people will be killed, the Un said “We need to stop the killings of black people”. It is a priority because the police will kill citizens that our black if this does not stop.

It illustrates the point because the us dosen’t know who is going to be killed next.

Citations:(Amanda,2) https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101025154125AAnovm2.

(Christina Sterbenz para.5).http://www.businessinsider.com/what-rights-do-you-have-when-pulled-over-2013-11

http://www.voicesofyouth.org/posts/every-human-beings-should-be-treated-equally-according-to-their-human-rights . (voicesofyouth, para.2)

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