To Pimp a ButterflyMain MenuTo Pimp A Butterflyby Kendrick LamarInstitutional RacismBlack self-esteemKendrick Lamar is a modern Black leaderMethodologyWorks CitedJohn Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0
Hood Politics Evidence II
12017-06-25T18:28:06-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0188541plain2017-06-25T18:28:06-07:00John Rodriguez4b26d0edf89d0df0b191b757c444ed78217f21d0 Marilyn Mosby was also used as an example because the Baltimore police union, and media, criticized her for “rushing to judgement” when charging the police officers with murdering Freddie Gray (Taylor 79). Her position reveals this “war” because she faced massive pressure from her constituents, with massive protesting, and from her colleagues, but still chose to make the right decision. Boykin’s actions represents the other side of the war because he used his position of power to criminalize his constituents instead of focusing on systemic changes that would benefit them.