A’Gin Youth Explore “Justice for All”
If “Justice and for All” is on our Pledge of Allegiance, then why do my Black brothers and sisters have to be scared to walk outside? Why do they have to be terrified while screaming to the police “I can’t breathe” or “Please don’t shoot” ?
If “Justice for All” is in our Pledge of Allegiance, then why are Native American treaties broken?
If “Justice for All” is our Pledge of Allegiance, then why are my missing Native brothers’ and sisters’ kidnappers/ murderers not found or faced with any charges?
If “Justice for All” is in our Pledge of Allegiance, then why are generations of each race protesting for their lands, equality, and justice? Why are we chanting “Black Lives Matter” and ” Where are our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls?” -Danielle Denipah
This summer A’Gin Youth and the A’Gin project have been busy learning about systemic racism and the many ways that it is hidden in modern policy. We urge you to get involved by learning about systemic racism in our country and signing petitions.