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Fury in Audre Lordes Power Through history down to the present day injustice because of race color and religion are common ground in our society Power by Audre Lorde is a work which focuses on a trial which is seen through the eyes of a poet This black woman expresses her feeling of fury as to the disadvantages accorded to those which arent part of the white dominant culture even through the eyes of law She blames the racist system and those who run it as being the root of the problem they have too much power Audre chooses to explain her thoughts in a poem instead of a rhetorical manner of writing A jury acquitted a cop that killed a ten-year-old black child simply because of his color This is utter proof of the injustice that black folks suffer at the hands of whites Power is all about the injustice that black people are suffering due to white supremacy This young innocent child died only because of the hate that a white man with a gun had against a dark skinned human being The blinding injustice in this story is that the jury knows that the cop killed the child only because of his color the jury even heard the proof on a tape I didnt notice the size or nothing else only the color797 Killing someone is illegal in all its aspects and forms nobody has the right to do that How come a cop that the jury and even the judge heard on a tape saying to a young child Die you little mothercensoreder797 The cop is acquitted from a murder when the court has the proof that he did it only because of the fact that hes white and has reputable job Here we hav e a good example of the injustice of a white mans justice system The court should be the first one to denounce this
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