So its 4:26 in the morning as I’m writing this and I’m reading commentary on the Trayvon Martin case and you know I’ve trying to not let this case get to me but as the days go on and I see more and more outpour of people and commentary it just hurts my heart so bad.We live in such a terrible country brought up by thieves and greed and power but no one says anything? We just simply turn it on the African American race. A race of people whom were taken by they’re own will to serve these greedy and thievius people. Forced to be portrayed as an the image of “ghetto” or “scary”. Lord does this hurt. The same people that stole land from the natives of this land in search of “riches” and stole people from another land in search of power has the right to say that BLACK people are thieves and bums and just plan ghetto just hurts me to the CORE. Now don’t get me wrong I am in no way racist against white people. I love every skin every race. But this case has just made me see what others have taken some time to see. You see these little boys in this picture? I pray to the Lord God almighty that they never have to go through the pain I had to. To be laughed at for my skin tone or being judged because of my skin. 
	I remember one day I had gone to the corner store to get some change so I could go back to school and before I even said to this man “may I have some change please sir?” He goes “ID please.” with a smirk on his face. As if my plans were to buy some alcohol. I had never felt so hurt in my life. I felt like I can never make it in this world without someone having this image in their head that I’m just some junky looking for a fix. This case has brought out the truth. It has shown everyone who might have turned a blind eye that WE AS BLACK PEOPLE cannot live in this social stigma anymore. We have to stand up for what is right and show that we can live beyond the stereotypes. We can become one. #IAMTRAYVONMARTIN #WEARETRAYVONMARTIN #Dotheselittleboyslooklikeathreat @_brooklynsbella0810 @_patricemarlie