Comparing The Caterpillar And Butterfly

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experiences and education with the current situation, the caterpillar and butterfly are no longer in opposition and the institutional cycle is broken. The caterpillar now realizes that he can become the butterfly regardless of what conditions he is exposed to. In the 90’s the major rap revolutionary who tried to enlighten his audience was Tupac. NWA also wrote a powerful ode to the LAPD, after getting fed up from the mistreatment and racial profiling in their community, “f**k the police”. This heightened awareness has drawn attention to cities like Dallas where over a four-year period there have been 81 killings by police, with only one officer indicted. It has also created an arena for all people to voice their opinions, those who support and those who do not, making it easier to organize and arrange protests, die-ins, peaceful rallies, and has given people an arena to have a world wide open and honest discussion about race. More so, social media is likely the reason that the world is questioning the price of a Black man’s life in America. V. “Son do you know what I’m stopping you for? Cause I’m young, and I’m Black, and my hat’s real low. Do I look like a mind reader sir, I don’t know. Am I under arrest or should I guess some more?” The Fourth Amendment reads: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause,
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