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Arbery Verdict Left Me Numb

Even with justice, there is still no relief

Artist Theo Ponchaveli paints a mural of the likeness of Ahmaud Arbery in Dallas.Tony Gutierrez/AP

I still feel numb.

Yeah, I know I should feel a sense of relief that those three white supremacist vigilantes will die in prison for murdering Ahmaud Arbery. But I don’t cause they still living and he’s dead.

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Nadine Drummond

Nadine Drummond

Bacchanalist🧨, Journalist🥇, Filmmaker 🎬, aspiring vegan 🌱 with 👸🏾Feminist politics who praises Rastafari🔥 & studies no Evil💕.

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