Justice for Jasean Francis, Riley Charles, and Black Lives in Chicago

Justice for Jasean Francis, Riley Charles, and Black Lives in Chicago

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On Saturday June 20th Jasean Francis and Charles Riley were killed after asking a stranger his height, they did not even reach the age of 18 yet. These kind of violent tragedies are a growing and common concern in the black communities of Chicago. Innocent black men and women of all ages are being shot and killed on the regular. Jasean and Charles were two of many 2,249 people murdered this year. 

This petition is not take away from BLM, but to add to it. Black Lives Matter was created to fight against racial injustice and police brutality, but I think it’s time to add social justice. Not only are these black communities getting killed almost everyday, they’re living situations are bad. Due to their compacted housings and and more likely to get COVID-19. They struggling and the people in power who can help, won’t and will not do anything.The education system is also lacking, but if this was cause was added to BLM, these change that could happen would be amazing. The protest that have been happening are incredible, and could make such a difference in Chicago. And it’s notJust  protesting; it’s donations, it’s petitions( even just singing),it’s educating people about it (family, friends, anyone who will listen), it’s using a big platform to make your voice heard, it’s speaking up on Social Media, it’s sharing are liking videos on it, it’s not ignoring it and acting like it’s not important, it’s everything, it’s not staying silent

When we say Black Lives Matter, we mean All Black Lives Matter. LGBTQA+ Black Lives Matter, Handicap Black Lives Matter, Destitute Black Lives Matter, Wealthy Black Lives Matter, Veterans Black Lives Matter,  Old Black Lives Matter, Young Black Lives Matter, Mentally or physically disabled Black Lives MatterChicago Black Lives Matter, etc.

Bringing awareness to this issue is not argue against BLM, so please don’t take it that way. This is to get this issue globally known and bringing change to the streets of Chicago. Our brothers and sisters are dying everyday, and we must do something. So please keep protesting for Breonna Taylor, Elijah McLain, Tony McDade, etc. but don’t forget about Chicago and the people in there that need our help, and have been for a while.

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