“We are heartbroken about losing Harambe, but a child’s life was in danger and a quick decision had to be made,”

These are the words of Cincinnati Zoo officials, While today in america many are heart broken that a 17 year old gorilla named Harambe life was taken after a careless mother let her 3 year old child slip into it’s home. Those looking at America can say many of Americas own black lives are being taken as if they were animals but for reason where no “child’s” life was in danger.

Harambe, a 17-year-old gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo is pictured in this undated handout photo provided by Cincinnati Zoo. REUTERS/Cincinnati Zoo/Handout via Reuters

Facebook pages like “Justice for Harambe” are quickly spreading. The Facebook page currently has more than 11,000 likes. While A long list of black men who’s lives have been taken and received no justice as the cops or persons that have done the killings are praised as heroes that stopped a young thug on a rampage who go on to live better lives than they did before they took a life. Millions in donations taken up while the victims families try to find a way to move forward and live a normal life without their son, brother or dad.


“No man should have to ask himself is this is the day I am going to be shot for not wearing my seat belt or walking in my own neighborhood” walter-scott-screencap-article-display-b-530x298

At the end of the day we are all people, we will all one day die whether it be by natural causes or by the hands of another human being. Wake up America and ask yourself what’s the problem, why do I feel this way, how can we fix this?