@humansofny 714 characters
07.06.2018 - 1 weeks ago
“When I first moved here I was living with my uncle in Long Island. He lives in a Jewish neighborhood. I accidentally set off his alarm one night when I came home. I couldn’t defuse it. The alarm kept screaming: ‘Burglary! Burglary! Burglary!’ I was the only black person in the neighborhood at the time, so I panicked. I knew it didn’t look good. And I didn’t want to die in this movie. So the first thing I did was call 911. The operator was like ‘What’s your emergency?’ I told her: ‘I’m staying at my uncle’s house, and the alarm is going off, and I need you to tell the responding officer to expect a black man.’ And she said: ‘Is your uncle black too?’ And I said: ‘Ma'am, all of us are black.’ Then I fixed up a bowl of macaroni and cheese, turned on all the lights, stood in the middle of the living room, and waited for the knock.”
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@hata.pasic yup just read it
@xorosaliexx damn :/
What happened after? Did anyone ever knock and how was their conduct?
@danielleq1203 so sad
We all need to do better. It’s not just cops, it’s not just white people, it’s everybody. And if you think I’m wrong just pick up a newspaper or watch the news.
@jason_maphalle what a question from the opreator 🤣🤣🤣🤣 what r u sinking about
@chanileflare in 2018.