Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Carjacking Death

 

October 29, 2020

Anthony L. Fletcher

Every day and night a family or mother wonders if her child will come back through the door which they exited. The uncertainty is frightening while fear of the unknown cause's anxiety. Young Black males 16-25 have reached that role of being grown, some having raised themselves or a lack of parental guidance. Many are high school dropouts and have very limited alternatives. Since 2008 and before, they are seen not going to a job, while idle in droves either congregating early seemingly trying to figure where they fit in this world. Many are begging for help yet don't know how? Nobody seems...



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