St. Augustine once said “An unjust law is no law at all”.
Meaning if something degrades a human being or moral rights its ungodly therefore it should be unlawful.“Any law that uplifts human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust.” We all watched as Troy Davis was humiliated and executed for a crime that he did not commit.The things that were done to Troy Davis were very unjust and will have an impact on our community as a whole for the rest of our lives.  I love art and one of the best parts about blogging is being able to say what you feel about a certain situation and not care what someone else thinks. I will continue to  fight for a “just law” on behalf of Troy Davis, his family and the African American Community. If you are in Atlanta I ask that you all come  out to this event.

The purpse of this event is to  reignite the necessary awarenss of the events surrounding the legal murder of Troy Davis. As with  Sean Bell, Katheryn Johnsont, Oscar Grant and countless other victims of injustice,we forget the resposibiulites we have as individuals, as a community and as a nation, to continue to fight for true freedom and justice. This art show is a call on responsibility to rally visual arts to produce pieces that challenge responsibility, create awareness, and to motivate and inspire action in out communities. There was a Troy Davis before Troy Davis and there will be many more if we don’t take a stance. This art exhibit is a collective of artists who are dedicating their talents to take a stance and make a statment againt injustice.

When: Friday,November 11th
Time: 7pm–11pm
Where: RAW Space Gallery(7500Sq.ft.)
431 Fair Street–Castleberry Hill
Atlanta, GA3031

Admission is free for everyone and it’s important to get involved. FreddyO will be in the building hope to see you there. Sometimes you have to stand up for what you believe in, no matter how many times you get knocked down.

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