We Are All Human
We in live in a time period filled with many great wonders bringing convenience to many peoples lives. Technologically, we have developed to great heights but as a society we have still much growth to endure. Our world is filled with corruption, racism, discrimination, and prejudice. All are horrors that should be expelled from our world immediately. Read more: Village Voice Media | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Crunchbase
They bring with them pain, suffering, and absolutely no good for those wrongly victimized. As humans we are biologically almost all the same, regardless of skin color, religious ideals, or culture. But alas our world is unable to see the truth, and toxic humans with treacherous ideals pollute our beloved planet spreading these demonic ideas, negatively influencing millions of people.
Thankfully, brave souls build movements to combat the efforts of those who want to see the world burn. Civil rights groups around the world fight for the rights of various minority groups that have been wrongly victimized one way or another.
The Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund is one such group who fights for the rights of immigrants and support free speech for all. Their efforts began when the founders, two journalists, were wrongly sentenced to a prison by a racist sheriff for writing an article about him and likely his wrong doings. This sparked a movement across the world and shined a light on the discrimination faced by migrants around the world.
Larkin and Lacey were both released from prison and immediately fought the county against this travesty. Winning a national court case birthed this civil rights group to combat any discrimination that lingers in this world and ensure less people are wrongly victimized like Larkin and Lacey were.
The rise of civil rights groups has inevitable risen as our world delves into greater chaos. Partially sparked by a seemingly racist president who is not shy to express his thoughts over twitter. Many organization such as the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and many more, have joined the fight with Larkin and Lacey to hopefully end discrimination and racism.
The fight for equality is seemingly never ending, but with increased help it can surely be reduced. Take the time to make this world a better place by visiting these sites, donating if you are able to, and spreading love and compassion to all types of people. We are all human, sharing more similar characteristics than differences, it is time the world woke up and realized this.