I’ve remained silent about the events that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia because I needed to take time to process what happened. I was shocked. I was angry. 1,863 more words
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Like many, I was taught about the Holocaust via Anne Frank. It was in fourth grade, Mrs. Stephens’ class. I remember wanting to learn everything I could about the Holocaust because my 9-year-old mind couldn’t comprehend humans murdering other humans simply for being different. 899 more words
Alright, let’s do this.
We have to talk about the heinous acts of hatred that recently took place in Charlottesville.
As a person who generally voices my thoughts and feelings about this and that and who created a forum (this blog) to do JUST that, I would feel irresponsible if I didn’t use this space to address what’s happening in this country right now. 472 more words
Interestingly coincidental, but more than that providential, are when words and events come together at the same time. This chapter was scheduled in series release to be next only to end up coinciding with the sad human event of tragic racist violence in a protest in Charlottesville, VA. 1,139 more words