‘No, It’s Not Business As Usual’ Members Of Congress Take A Stand Against Recent Police Killings
The world watched in amazement as members of The Congressional Staff walked out of their offices’s to protest the recent verdicts in the police killings of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner of New York. Thousands of people have been protesting across the nation over the lack of indictments and Thursday afternoon members of the congressional staff took to the steps of The U.S. Capitol with their hands raised in the “hands up don’t shoot” position.
“We’re coming out here to let them know, no its not business as usual,our lives matter,we’re asserting our humanity and dignity. Even though we go to work in these prestigious buildings among prestigious people, we go home and we’re still profiled , we still are part of these statistics,”reports one of the members of the staff to Huffington Post during a brief interview.
This powerful movement is making big news and it”s amazing to see American people unite for the greater good of our country!
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