The War on Humanity

Location

38107
United States
35° 9' 55.3464" N, 90° 1' 23.9556" W

 

When we are born we are given the gift of innocence. As we grow, we learn and develop to be the best we can be in life, but as we grow, the more we learn, the more fearful life can become for young minds who still don’t know what they want to be when they grow up. And what if the system can’t give them an education to help them get a job? They steal, they hustle, they sell themselves just to get their next meal. And the reason we have support groups, rehabilitation centers, jails, and government support is because the system refused to educate a certain group of people they did not deem worthy enough to be educated. In America, there’s only poor, rich, capitalism, or food stamps. The impoverished have a voice as well. No matter how humanity looks at them and no matter how many times they get rejected by society, they have a voice and they won’t be silent for long…..

 
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