George Floyd’s 2nd-Grade Teacher Reveals His Heart Touching Essay About Becoming A Supreme Court Judge
The death of George Floyd at the hands of police brutality isn’t just another minority being racially profiled by a racist and corrupt justice system. This could’ve been the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Currently even amidst the coronavirus pandemic that is still raging people of all colors and nationality have marched out on to the streets demanding justice for an innocent man. While people protest, his 2nd-grade teacher reminds us of what little George wanted to be when he grew up 38 years ago.
George Floyd was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina but was raised in Cuney Homes in the Third Ward of Houston, Texas. He was a bright kid with an enthusiasm for sports which he showed by being on the basketball team and leading the football team to the Texas state championships.
2He was a gentle giant
His friends and family called him a “gentle giant” as he was 6ft4 inches tall and weighed 101 kgs. Even though he was huge when it came to his physical appearance, he was known to be a very kind person when it came to his nature. In 1994 he also performed as a rapper using the stage name “Big Floyd”.
3A message from his 2nd-grade teacher
Right now there is a war going on between the George Floyd protestors and the police and even the army. Everyone is on George’s side as he was murdered in cold blood and there is video evidence to prove it. Now a message from his 2nd-grade teacher shows what an incredibly ambitious person he was.
4Meet Waynel Sexton
Waynel Sexton was George Floyd’s second-grade teacher who shared an essay written by him when he was in her class 38 years ago. This letter showed that he aspired to become a Supreme Court justice. In a photo she posted to her social media she talked about how Floyd’s dreams had been killed along with him by the police.