Months ago I said that something was about to go down, and when it did I wanted to be Ready.
Well, it is here.
The moment is here. It has come full force. It is both figuratively and literally hitting us in the face.
And, I’m not ready.
I’m amped and hypervigilant.
And, still, not ready.
Everybody has an opinion – as we’re entitled to. And, as we join ranks, I want to be sure that we remember that as black people and that all that we’ve gone through together, amongst each other – we don’t all learn, and live, and grieve and fight the same way.
I want us to remember solace as we stand together, organize, and fight.
Let’s not condemn one another for not standing at the front of the lines in protest all across the country.
Let’s not push or force each other to watch #another live, on camera, cold-blooded murder.
Let’s not turn on one another because our solemn expressions aren’t “enough.”
Let us unite, in many different forms, but as one.
Some of us will pray.
And, some of us will organize, some of us will march and some of us will fight.
Not matter what our roles are – – – no matter what YOUR role is – – – let us remember to stand together.