Newton's Third Law: 'Every action has an opposite and equal reaction'
There are moments in your life where you understand the necessity of change; where your concepts of reality shift so severely, you instantly become completely detached from the previous paradigm.
Imagine a city where the citizens of the community simply refuse to pay their water bills. [Detroit plans mass water shutoffs over $260M in delinquent bills, Detroit News, 3-21-2014]
Imagine a city where the citizens of the community simply refuse to pay their property tax. [Half of Detroit property owners don't pay taxes: News analysis finds $246.5M in taxes went unpaid last year, Detroit News, 2-21-2013]
Imagine a city where the refusal of the citizens within the community results in mass foreclosures. [Detroit property tax assessments to decline as 62,000 properties face foreclosure, Michigan Live, 1-28-15]
Stop imagining. This is what a seven percent white and 83 percent black city in America actually resembles.
And this 83 percent black city could only be breed the type of world individual black people can collectively create.
Enter the aptly Martin Luther King homes on the 800 block of St. Aubin in Detroit, a "low-income" (meaning: subsidized housing) complex full of black people. [Focus turns to mom after kids found in freezer, Detroit News, 3-25-15]:
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