Justice

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Every time I would think about what it means to be Black in America, I would dig a hole in my garden.


Stop thanking me for being polite when I’m angry about injustice and focus on the injustice instead

https://nappy.co/greg


George Floyd deserves a different kind of justice

Protesters march down a street in Minneapolis as they protest and demand justice for George Floyd during the first day of the trial of former officer Derek Chauvin over the killing of George Floyd after the jury was selected in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States on March 29, 2021. Photo: Christopher Mark Juhn/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images


Photo of Mariame Kaba on the left with the words “ZORA CELEBRATES MARIAME KABA” on the right against a gray/black/lime-green blurred background.
Photo of Mariame Kaba on the left with the words “ZORA CELEBRATES MARIAME KABA” on the right against a gray/black/lime-green blurred background.
Photo Illustration: Save As/Medium; Source: Gioncarlo Valentine


The arc of the moral universe may be long, but the time for justice is now!

President Biden fist bumping Vice President Harris.
President Biden fist bumping Vice President Harris.
Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images


Black History Month

Stacey Abrams looks on during a campaign rally with U.S. President-elect Joe Biden at Pullman Yard on December 15, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images


We can’t settle for symbolism. We gotta do more to meet the needs of our community.

Image: Mike Licht/Flickr


Allyship is not enough anymore. Here’s what you can do.

Pride flag at a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court.
Pride flag at a demonstration in front of the Supreme Court.
Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images


Through her death, she became an icon. I wrestle with its impact.

A street banner with an image of Breonna that says “SAY HER NAME BREONNA TAYLOR #BREEWAYY.”
A street banner with an image of Breonna that says “SAY HER NAME BREONNA TAYLOR #BREEWAYY.”
A sign memorialising Breonna Taylor is photographed in front of closed streets in downtown Louisville, Kentucky on September 23, 2020. Photo: Jeff Dean/AFP/Getty Images

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