Little Known Black History Fact: Keisha Thomas and the Ann Arbor Riot

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When asked why she helped him, Keshia Thomas said “…violence is violence – nobody deserves to be hurt, especially not for an idea.” Thomas admits to being a victim of violence and a spiritual person who believed that beating the man was wrong.

Keshia Thomas never knew that man she saved, nor did she seek him out for thanks. However, a few months later, the man’s son thanked her in a coffee shop.

The images of the incident will live on, capturing the bravery of a high school girl who saved someone who may not have saved her in the same situation.

See photos of the incident at viralnova.com.

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5 thoughts on “Little Known Black History Fact: Keisha Thomas and the Ann Arbor Riot

  1. A…..FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH OF FACTS – THE YEAR IS 2013
    In the era of a United States black sitting president and when given the choice between entertainment and self respect black people in a slap in the face to their slave ancestors chose entertainment and paid $13.50 a piece to have the white man call them “niggers” over 100 times

    Sincerely,Enoch Mubarak
    President/CEO Mubarak Inter-prizes
    http://www.mubarakinter-prizes.com

  2. What a dumb a– girl. He was bold enough to wear the shirt so he should have been ready to stand his GROUND. If it was the other way around she would be dead.

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