Don’t let the protests become last week’s news. It is our reality every day.
“Here we are again, mourning the death of another black person at the hands of the people that are supposed to protect and defend our rights. Another casualty in the 400+ year struggle that we have had in this country to be granted the same right to liberty, the same access to success and the same ability to live without fear, that we were promised. And while this may seem dramatic and hyperbolic to some, I wonder how many people would like to trade places with black people in this country. It often feels like it is OK to hear our voices when it relates to music, sports, and other forms of entertainment, but when it comes to the tough issues that crush our communities, the fervor of the backlash, the push to discredit our concerns and the silence from our advocates that maintains the status quo is maddening.”
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “We should be collectively tired as a society.” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/06/we-should-be-collectively-tired-as-a-society.html)