Many are starting to voice that the black community needs to do more than just protest when a member of another race commits a crime against someone in the black community; because there are plenty of black men who die daily at the hands of others and no marches or protests are led.
Writer Juan Williams wrote for the Wall Street Journal this week asking where are the protests and the outrage when black men fall at the hands of other black men on a daily basis.
Below is an excerpt:
The shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida has sparked national outrage, with civil rights leaders from San Francisco to Baltimore leading protests calling for a new investigation and the arrest of the shooter.
But what about all the other young black murder victims? Nationally, nearly half of all murder victims are black. And the overwhelming majority of those black people are killed by other black people. Where is the march for them?
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.