In 1951, William Patterson released, We Charge Genocide: The Crime of Government Against the Negro People. In his petition, he tried to present the plight of African Americans to the United Nations. Now, in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict, a Miami Hip Hop artist is saying. "We Charge Zimmer-cide.
According to, Yasin 360WiseGuy "Zimmer-cide " is "the killing of Black children with impunity under the pretense of fear , then blaming the Black community for the action"
Although, many people are using Black on Black violence in Chicago to justify the murder of Trayvon Martin, in his controversial song Zimmer-cide (4 Those That Hate Us) , the artist blames white racism for the pathologies facing Black America.
The rapper is urging his fellow artist to take a stand against "Zimmer-cide."
"Today it was Trayvon, tomorrow it could be you or your child," says Yasin.
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Written by Yasin 360WiseGuy
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Research courtesy of Militant Minded Mess-Age Music