We’ll explore the “Casual Killing Act of blacks” on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


attachIs Justifiable Homicide the Modern Day “Casual Killing Of Slaves”?

When you think about Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell, Philandro Decastro, Terrance Crutcher, Alton Sterling, Keith Lamont, Sandra Bland, Yvette Smith and so many other black men and women who were unjustifiably murdered under the guise of “justifiable homicide” by police, the numbers are alarming.

Unfortunately, not a year goes by without a news report of some young man or woman dying at the hands of police (or someone who acts as if they are the police). Usually, these cases are polarized by the factor of race.

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” with my special guest, community activist and New Era leader Keith Horton” (pictured left above), as we explore the “Casual Killing Act of blacks” then and now.

The “Conversation link” in this post make it possible to access the show.

Hope you’ll join us on the air!

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74 thoughts on “We’ll explore the “Casual Killing Act of blacks” on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. I’m tuning in but in the meantime I have to google the “casual killing act of slaves” never heard this. 😡 learn something new everyday

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    • I have to google the “casual killing act of slaves” never heard this. learn something new everyday
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      I agree.

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      • I have to google the “casual killing act of slaves” never heard this. learn something new everyday
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        Casual Killing Act 1669: Declared It Legal To Kill A Slave

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      • Casual Killing Act 1669: Declared It Legal To Kill A Slave
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        But we ARE NOT slavesO_o
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        Oh Really we’re NOT? you think we’re not because they’ve given us their jobs, their educational system so we can think we are getting ahead and successful when in reality, it’s all a delusion hunty. some of us might have the nice cars, good paying jobs and pulling up to our nice houses but when they feel it’s JUSTIFIED to still kill us like rabbit dogs in the street, guess what sweetie? They still consider you a slave, just a pepped up slick version of modern day lynching’s boo……please read up on that act cause it’s deep.

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      • Oh Really we’re NOT? you think we’re not because they’ve given us their jobs, their educational system so we can think we are getting ahead and successful when in reality, it’s all a delusion hunty. some of us might have the nice cars, good paying jobs and pulling up to our nice houses but when they feel it’s JUSTIFIED to still kill us like rabbit dogs in the street, guess what sweetie? They still consider you a slave, just a pepped up slick version of modern day lynching’s boo……please read up on that act cause it’s deep.
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        TRUE!!

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      • Oh Really we’re NOT? you think we’re not because they’ve given us their jobs, their educational system so we can think we are getting ahead and successful when in reality, it’s all a delusion hunty. some of us might have the nice cars, good paying jobs and pulling up to our nice houses but when they feel it’s JUSTIFIED to still kill us like rabbit dogs in the street, guess what sweetie? They still consider you a slave, just a pepped up slick version of modern day lynching’s boo……please read up on that act cause it’s deep.
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        OUCH O_o

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      • I hope we’re seeing that everything was NOT covered in black history classO_o WoW!
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        We are living black history because I swear those who oppress our race wanna keep up a thousand steps backwards.

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  2. I’m noticing that as many issues plague the black communities in our society today, Tracy you are definitely keeping a conscious look at our realities and making the conscious conversations happen. That’s wassup and the reason I’ll follow you to the hills if I have too. Much Love and RESPECT

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    • I’m noticing that as many issues plague the black communities in our society today, Tracy you are definitely keeping a conscious look at our realities and making the conscious conversations happen
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      Yes I agree, as painful as it is this is TRUE. she’s making us see the painful realities of what is happening today.

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  3. WoW! didn’t realize this but it does make sense that this law is apparently still on the books because there is NO JUSTIFICATION for killing us. 😡 seriously. and why are cops never held accountable for killings of our peoples.

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  4. interesting show, interesting topic. guest sounded very young. his organization is doing brave thing but that casual killing law? yeah Tracy you are going to need to continue this conversation, it just wasn’t enough.

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    • he said there were so many other laws that made it lawful to kill slaves. it’s like they created new laws to justify the killings as they went along.

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      • he said there were so many other laws that made it lawful to kill slaves. it’s like they created new laws to justify the killings as they went along.
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        just like today, they’ve just modernized it. who knew about the “Stand your ground law?” until George “fat ass” Zimmerman killed young Trayvon Martin. Same instance. good show

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      • guest sounded very young
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        he wasn’t ready. indeed……not experienced on the subject at all.

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  5. Great show topic, I think a stronger more skillful guest should’ve graced this conversation. only the surface was touched we need the core of this conversation heated.

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  6. he sounded really young however what they are doing need to be state to state. he was not versed on the subject.

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