A white man was beaten to death by three blacks and a Hispanic in front of fiancée and aunt. This happened in St. Louis. Don't get me wrong...there's outrage. But, it is channeled in a civil way, and not out of racial indignities, real or assumed? The public outrage when a gang of blacks kill a white person are suspiciously absent, and maybe, just MAYBE the African-American community that feels a chip on it's shoulder and the desire to violently protest and use the cause as an excuse to steal, vandalize and burn down private property could learn something about letting the law handle the wrong doing? I would think by now, the wrongful social act of slavery would be a distant historical memory, allowing all the gains diversity, tolerance and political correctness has ushered in? After all the native Americans seem to have ended hostilities. The wrongfully interned Japanese American citizens have moved down the social freeway of racial indignities. In truth, white America has bent so far over backwards to improve inequalities for blacks, that some would say we have gone further then humanly possible. The truth is ... the angry black community needs to begin moving down the road towards civility by accepting the same civil indignities and wrongs all other AMERICANS face at the hands of other, evil, Americans of color (different then that of the victim) without going crazy and falling back on the worn out premise of racism. I believe it is time for the entirety of ALL citizens regardless of color to melt in and be one, and no longer march and cause division to continue. We are after all, AMERICANS. I've participated in several autopsies during my career as a social service investigator, and what I clearly witnessed during each autopsy was that after the MA made the initial incision into the skin of the body ... the person took on the SAME similarities of every body, regardless of their skin color, the blood , bones, muscles, nerves, veins and organs looked no different than the other bodies. We are all humans. Created by the same God. And once we realize this we will accomplish greater things for ALL mankind. I still have hope for us, because I have faith in the God who made us. Now if those still holding to old wounds that only serve to divide and separate them from us, would put those memories to rest, then the blacks who continue to hang their cause on one incident that happens from time to time; we will be more like the community of the man who was viciously beaten to death by four other humans bent on harming another human, and let the cops and legal system do their fighting for them and the wrong they incurred. Shalom !