Trials Of Justice


Trials of Justice.

If justice truly existed.
She is the abused subject,
In the household of America.
If justice truly existed.
She is a heinous creature,
Who forfeit her promises,
to a nation.
If justice truly existed.
She is the sores on our back,
That reminds us that justice,
Never served those who are black.

Antoinette Van Sluytman. 10/12/2017

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The forfeit of justice for the African Americans of America, who have still yet to receive retributions for 400 years of slavery, torture, genocide, theft, and injustice. In 2017 we are still victims of police brutality, false incarceration, racism, and much more.