Every single time I left the house, a police officer would see me and follow me. Of course a black woman with braids driving a large black vehicle. Louisiana a place your feet may leave but your heart will always be poster I was constantly being profiled. They would run my tags, find out that I lived on base & fly by me in their vehicle. I don’t drive fast in that vehicle
Louisiana a place your feet may leave but your heart will always be poster
because I am afraid of it tipping over so I drive the speed limit and stay to the right. I am a Disabled Veteran and my husband was still in the Army at the time. Now he is a Retired Disabled Veteran. One time I got followed in the middle of the night coming from school all the way until the military gate. That was the most uncomfortable, scariest feeling I have ever had. I called my husband and made him talk to me through the vehicle speaker just in case something happened to me. He called my daughter on three way so she could record if something happened to me. I posted that incident on their Facebook page.
I didn’t fuss or cuss or anything else because I don’t have time for all of that mess. I’m sure they looked me up. After that, I was not followed ever again. I actually know very good white police officers here. Everyone has their good and bad apples in every group but experiences can easily change how people feel about a certain group of people Louisiana a place your feet may leave but your heart will always be poster unless they were raised by their families to be that way for no reason. It’s hard for you to understand what we go through because you do not live in the skin live in you can hear us but not understand us and a lot of time because you don’t want to
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