We live in a new time and a new place, and people have to begin to be ready for the kind of oversight that the public is demanding.
African-Americans want to be safe in their community, like any other nationality that lives in America. They don't want to be robbed. They don't want to be beat. They don't want to be shot down in their neighborhoods, whether it's by police officers or people who live there.
People say all lives matter. And that's true, but it's just black people that are getting shot in the back running or choked to death for having cigarettes or playing their music too loud.
African-Americans are being disproportionately affected by, you know, the kind of misuse and abuse of power.
When I become mayor, we all become mayor.
I think that, ultimately, the only thing that affects race relations is fair treatment.
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