Pandemic, protests, riots, and needless death have dominated human historical landscape for millenia. Questions of police effectiveness and actions of brutality have led conversational quips spurring intense arguments among communities and families for some time now. As our leadership continues to be a focal point, the sources of crime and effective means of countering seem to be dissonant. Arguments fester with accusations of importance and correctness failing to address meaningful tangibles.

The country has heard the voices of many advocates, some violent and others more peaceful. The media has responded with divisive narrative further marking their bias. Our nation shamelessly turned its cameras and fueled the flames of anger for so many Americans already compounded with question of survival as a result of lockdowns. To mention the rest of the world’s suffering is beyond this scope. Extreme comes immediately to mind.

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