Black Lives Matter.

I will not be writing here about the current protests*, other than possibly the photo-op at St. John’s, and that only because I have identified as Episcopalian. (Short version: by forcing peaceful protesters — and clergy — off of a church’s property, Trump violated St. John’s free expression of religion.)

I have written about my privilege. I have written about my experience as a white woman from the South seeing Selma.

But now? It’s my turn to listen. It’s not about me.

*Facebook is another thing altogether, as is writing to my Senators, Representative, Governor, County Supervisor, and every member of the City Council to investigate and take whatever steps necessary to fix the problem, including reducing the militarism of the police.

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