Reconciliation

First, we were enduring a pandemic and witnessing an increasing number of police brutality deaths among the Black community. Then, we reached the breaking point. To preserve our wellness, I will not recount the experiences in living through this pandemic with Black people experiencing worse outcomes and more deaths. We won’t dwell on the tragedy of how sensationalizing the videotaped extinguishing of Black life has impacted our psyche. And yes, Black on Black crime is real. So is White on White crime. Those are red herrings in the current social justice emergency. Now is the time to consider elements of grief, apologies, and reconciliation to address the current crisis in our nation.

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