End Teen Abuse “Scream Loud” Rescue our Girls from Human Enslavement

Cry Loud and Spare Not

Dr. Marlene Carson

 

Recently there has been a great outcry about the missing teenage girls in the DMV, (DC, Maryland and Virginia) area. After speaking with a co-laborer of mine she said to me “Dr. Carson, this didn’t just start happening in DC this has been going on for years. The reason everyone is in an uproar now is because social media has given us a platform whereby the message can be spread faster and wider”.   Even if that is the truth why is it that we are not screaming from the rooftop and protecting our children?

 

Stories such as these are oftentimes the catalyst of social unrest, demonstrations, and demands for change.  It is this type of suffering absent justice that causes us to cry out both individually and collectively; an emotional response that incites action and demands response.  That anger that one feels when he or she hears of those whose innocence is being stolen, children who are neglected and are open prey for predators, and girls who are exploited for another’s personal profit; that’s righteous indignation.  In fact, righteous indignation is “a reactive emotion of anger over perceived mistreatment, insult, or malice. It is akin to what is called the sense of injustice.”

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