let go of your power
by Ruggy Johnson
deeply encouraged at the way individual members of our community
expressed themselves clearly and passionately at the recent meeting.
This was the voice of our community.
to look at what we are getting from the police and exactly what
is being given to them to do their job. They supported moves to
find representatives from the black and Caribbean community to forge
improved relations with the police and bring transparency when dealing
with community funds.
mindset ‘we know best’ has to change. We have to say
back to them “Stop preaching about empowerment, just let go
of your power and it will come back to you.”
has the power to overcome their problems. People power can save
lives, it can change laws and can change the environment in which