Wednesday letters: Why aren’t black lives always valued?

July 24, 2013 

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AP

It appears that the only time a black life has any value is when it is taken by a white person.

Where is the concern for all the “Trayvons” around the country who are killed daily by other black people? Where are the president, Jesse, Al and all the rest? Do they not care?

Dan Goolsby

Columbia

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