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Reader asks ,”Are there imprisoned, enslaved or oppressed people in Ridgewood”

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“liberation
[ˌlibəˈrāSH(ə)n]
NOUN
the act of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression.

Are there imprisoned, enslaved or oppressed people in Ridgewood at the present time? It would help those belonging to the Ridgewood For Black Liberation movement to figure out just why it is they are disrupting the peace in the Village of Ridgewood before the local citizens decide they, too, have rights. Among these are “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” which doesn’t include continual disruption of daily life by people obsessed with being in the spotlight.”

 

5 thoughts on “Reader asks ,”Are there imprisoned, enslaved or oppressed people in Ridgewood”

  1. How many of these people want to make “things better”?

    If any of them did, wouldn’t some be signing up to be cops?

    If not, they just want to complain it seems.

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  2. Why is the town letting these protests continue? They don’t just stay in van nest park. They bother people eating and block the streets. In solidarity for Jacob Blake? An accused sexual assault with warrant out for his arrest. Not to mention resisting arrest.
    I bet their parent are proud.

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  3. Now it is Black, Trans, and Migrant lives matter??????

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  4. “Now it is Black, Trans, and Migrant lives matter??????”
    The important thing to remember is that White Lives Don’t Matter.

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  5. Black Olives Matter…
    To me anyway.
    Simkins!

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