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I HAVE HUMAN RIGHTS: Shirley Johnson

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In Satsuma, Alabama, my family, the Johnson family is living in a Petite APARTHEID state.  We are separated from the larger Anglo community by a privacy; (2) we are only allowed to ENTER our HOME and PROPERTY from the BACK; (3) all of the services provided to all other at their FRONT DOOR, are provided to us at our BACK DOOR - subservience; (4) when remove the barriers to the FRONT of our HOME we were ARRESTED and charged with a CRIMINAL MISDEMEANOR; and (5) are again downgraded to only being able to ENTER our HOME PROPERTY from the BACK.   

Therefore, based on the aforementioned definition,  we are (a) being systematically oppressed by the Anglo-American (dominant) governance of the City of Satsuma, (b) our human rights, civil and constitutional rights are being denied to us because of our RACE, and (c) our social rights/privileges are curtailed due to this inhumane treatment, and the actions of those who are effecting this state of injustice.

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