More Thoughts on Yesterday’s Events

The more I think about yesterday’s events, the greater pain I feel. For those of you that don’t know, this summer in Atlanta, two Black college students were violently pulled from a car by police, with the young man being tased first, *as they were going home* in an attempt to comply with the curfew put in place by the mayor. Yesterday, I watched police gently move a large crowd of almost exclusively white people back from the Capitol, *after they…

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Black feminist. Lawyer. Writer. She/her/hers.

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