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Disdained Short Story About “Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied.”

“Justice delayed is justice denied” is a legal maxim meaning that if legal redress is available for a party that has suffered some injury, but is not forthcoming in a timely fashion, it is effectively the same as having no redress at all.”

This statement is a Living Legacy Of African-American/Black People’s experience in the United States; the Americas; throughout the Continent of Africa; and around the World.

Our Blackness has not been respected because our compensation has not been forthcoming “then or now” for the genocidal treatment of our ancestries. Our humanity has not been respected because the repressive suffering endured by our people came forth from a senseless, arrogant, barbaric, and uncivilized nature, ponding on our trustful souls and graceful spirituality without any signs of compassion at all.

Our Collective Global Black Families have lived and is living the concept of Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied; however, we have not given up on pursuing a BITE of deserving justice through obtaining Reparations for Black People.…MID©2-10-2014