Spurs’ guard Dejounte Murray opens up on racial injustice: “We bleed the same”

Dejounte Murray, San Antonio Spurs

During a recent interview with Chris Haynes, Dejounte Murray shared his personal experience on the social injustice and racial problems in the United States.

The San Antonio Spurs point guard is fed up with police brutality and the harsh reality that black people are facing for many years in the United States, via news4sanantonio.com:

“I know crooked cops from where I am from that killed themselves because they were so crooked and taking stuff from us, beating up on us and they got exposed. Now, it’s like you about to go to jail and be on the front lines where all these dudes you used to rob and they killed themselves.”

Murray has shared his personal stories on the matter, while he stated that it’s really outrageous to hate someone for his skin color.

“I don’t understand how you can hate somebody with color. We bleed the same,” Murray said in a strong statement.

Here is Chris Haynes’ full conversation with Dejounte Murray: