Black People : Barack Obama Gives Advise To Protesters and took to social media to ‘bring about change’ for social injustice

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Barack Obama took to social media to share a lengthy powerful message of advice with ‘basic lessons from past efforts’ to ‘bring about change’ for social injustice and many celebrities responded with their full support.


Barack Obama, 58, spoke out in a statement about the headline-making nationwide protests over the weekend in response to the tragic death of George Floyd on June 1 and included some in-depth “lessons” that he is advising Americans to go by to bring about peaceful “real change”.

The political figure’s informative post gained a large amount of supporters, including many celebrities, and some of them shared positive responses on social media. From words of thanks to indications of hope, Barack definitely made a lasting impression.
 

Barack Obama took to social media to share a lengthy powerful message of advice with ‘basic lessons from past efforts’ to ‘bring about change’ for social injustice and many celebrities responded with their full support.


Barack Obama, 58, spoke out in a statement about the headline-making nationwide protests over the weekend in response to the tragic death of George Floyd on June 1 and included some in-depth “lessons” that he is advising Americans to go by to bring about peaceful “real change”.

The political figure’s informative post gained a large amount of supporters, including many celebrities, and some of them shared positive responses on social media. From words of thanks to indications of hope, Barack definitely made a lasting impression.


The people out in those streets are not the people that would listen to a lengthy message by Obama. This is a Youth uprising.. in a country where the youth do not respect their elders. Truth is.. Obama didn't say much of anything. This whole thing feels like it did after 9/11.. when bush was making the case for attacking Iraq.. and everyone.. even his detractors.. were suddenly onboard. There was this same kind of eerie silence.
 
The people out in those streets are not the people that would listen to a lengthy message by Obama. This is a Youth uprising.. in a country where the youth do not respect their elders. Truth is.. Obama didn't say much of anything. This whole thing feels like it did after 9/11.. when bush was making the case for attacking Iraq.. and everyone.. even his detractors.. were suddenly onboard. There was this same kind of eerie silence.

I don't disagree they aren't listening to Floyd's Family asking them to stop distracting from the core issue of Justice.

Truth is.. Obama didn't say much of anything.
He said quite a bit actually. He provided some guidance and some constructive avenues that leads to a group that can fight to get laws enacted in Congress
 
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