Not just another Wednesday…


George Floyd by Adam Berry / Stringer

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  1. 😢

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  2. My heart is so heavy right now…

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  3. Thank you 🙏🏻

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  4. It really is impossible to breathe right now…rest in peace George Floyd

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  5. angry and sad in equal parts.

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  6. No, it’s not.

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  7. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    In total agreement … it’s a Wednesday to remember!! #NeverForget …

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  8. Thank you.

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  9. Heavy heart, angry and sad mixed in.

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  10. Valerie Meluskey says:

    We ARE all in this together…hearts broken, ready to find places for love to shine through, deeply yearning to be able to help those with more pain…

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  11. Sad, worried, scared …

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  12. As a Black American these are time that are collectively for us are filled with anger, disgust, fear and sadness to name a few emotions. It is hard to look at the legalized lynching of a human being that who was casually dehumanized. Black Americans are invisible to most of
    White American until times like this. For those of who have been successful in career, please know that a day does not go by when we do not experience racism in some form. Often we are told to not be so sensitive and forget about it. Probably none of you have had “The Talk” with your child about what to do if you encounter the police. I worry for my son who lives in the South every day. We are having a national dialogue abut race and racism but please know that solving the racism practiced against Black people is not our problem to solve. The change must begin with White America. Time to stop talking and start to take concrete action.

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  13. I get my ‘fill’ of info about your country mostly thanks to Stephen Colbert and John Oliver. I read a lot of newspapers, newsletters and this heartbreaking and gut-wrenching event made me so sad, despondent and angry too. The last few days, Colbert had some wonderful ppl of colour as guests and it made me deeply aware of HOW MUCH GOODNESS IS STILL THERE TOO. America does have many, many, countless many wonderful, honest and mindful people of all colours, denominations, opinions. Let us hope and pray that the death of Mr Floyd wasn’t in vain – and that FINALLY things will be changing.

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  14. Valerie Meluskey says:

    So sad to see that my response to Robert never went through… I am reaching out to everyone to see the PBS special 2 hour documentary, “Reconstruction: American History after the Civil War”–it’s actually replaying right now. It is written and narrated by Skip Gates and spoon-feeds our history in brilliant and excruciating detail. To make changes we have to know what has to be confronted before it can be changed. On our way to bring more love into all lives…

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