Selena Gomez shares history of racial viciousness in US
Selena Gomez shares history of racial viciousness in US 
US songstress Selena Gomez has said that racial viciousness has been a typical topic in US history and was utilized to keep dark individuals in a subordinate position.

Sharing a clasp from the film thirteenth, that investigates the historical backdrop of racial imbalance in the United States, the Lose You To Love Me artist stated, "We continue asking "How could we arrive?" The appropriate response is that we've been here from the earliest starting point."

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We keep asking “How did we get here?” The answer is that we’ve been here from the beginning. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ George Floyd’s death is part of a long history that connects slavery to our current system of mass incarceration. In the American South, places like Parchman Farm started as slave plantations and then became prisons after slavery ended. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ Racial violence has been a common theme in our history and was used to keep black people in a subordinate position. Just as George Floyd’s death opened people’s eyes in 2020, the lynching of 15 year old Emmett Till did in 1955. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ I’m including a clip from the film 13th, which discusses this history in detail and one reading suggestion: The New Jim Crow, by Michelle Alexander. If we’re to ever change this terrible cycle it begins by recognizing just how deep its roots go.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ — Jelani Cobb (@jelani1906)⠀ ⠀ ⠀ “13th” directed by @ava is available on @Netflix
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She included, "George Floyd's passing is a piece of a long history that interfaces servitude to our present arrangement of mass imprisonment. In the American South, places like Parchman Farm began as slave manors and afterward became penitentiaries after bondage finished."

The vocalist further stated, "Racial viciousness has been a typical topic in our history and was utilized to keep dark individuals in a subordinate position. Similarly as George Floyd's demise opened individuals' eyes in 2020, the lynching of multi year old Emmett Till did in 1955."

Prior, Selena chose to utilize her gigantic internet based life stage - in excess of 287 million adherents on Instagram and Twitter - to feature dark voices in the midst of an overall conversation on race relations in the wake of George Floyd's demise. ⠀

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