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Facebook Re-Post: Black Son Speaks out against Racial Profiling

Posted By Tiffany A. Bargeman, Saturday, February 10, 2018
Updated: Sunday, February 11, 2018

By Tiffany Bargeman

     Not everyone understands the plight of Black boys and men in America, much less the plight of moms of Black boys, but it's nice to know that our sons themselves do understand. Mom Desiree Robinson is happy to share her 15 year-old's perspective. Mack Walker's article, titled “To the White Lady Who Racially Profiled Me in My Neighborhood”, was published in the VOX ATL online publication. Mack is credited as VOX’s audio editor, who “serves on the VOX Board of Directors and is an amazing person, if you take the time to get to know him."

Mack Walker
15-year-old Mack Walker Speaks Out

     Moms of Black Boys United, Inc. and MOBB United for Social Change, Inc. (MUSC) are sure you will be amazed as you read these eloquent expressions and will appreciate Mack’s words as much as we do.

Facebook Re-Post

*The following post was shared originally in the Moms of Black Boys United, Inc. private Facebook group, and mom Desiree Robinson gave us permission to share it publicly. If you are a mom of a Black son and member of that group, you can read the original post and comments.

Desiree Robinson's Facebook post

Desiree Robinson shares FB post

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Tags:  Atlanta  Desiree  Mack Walker  neighborhood  North Atlanta High School  Racial profiling  Robinson  VOX ATL  white neighbor 

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