I want everyone to notice how most of the Caucasian (white) people are talking around this discovery
"I hope their remains can be respect fully laid to rest"
"Maybe now they can rest in peace"
But most importantly, these are words to convince us "Black" people to move on.
Or they speaking about these 100 black bodies as if they can now be apart of some great mystery....a good will quest of sorts:
"Maybe their families can be found by DNA"
ask questions like:
"Are any of the White men in my family responsible for these deaths?"
"Who murdered these men?"
"How many White people in this town knew?"
All these questions come to for Black people.
The question of WHO these discarded people were is important,
but the questions that might save future lives should be
"Who are we as white people?"
"What does it mean to wear the title"White" with so much blood linked to it?"
You say "this is terrible; instead of saying "WE" have done terrible things to (Black) people."
This didn't just happen. Radicalized injustice require hands& accomplices like Cops, Judges, Juries, Mayors...white citizens
I think many can feel that the people you have long brutalized, murdered and discarded are moving away from looking for White America to offer Justice.
Black people are waking up, they are no longer praying for the house of their oppressors to stand; instead they are praying like David prayed--
against the enemies of our people