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Platforms & Solidarity. We All Have A Responsibility.

"Injustice anywhere is a threat everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable threat of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly; affects all indirectly." Alabama 1963

-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

It's so difficult to watch television or even hop on social media for a few minutes. There's very little positive being displayed in the world right now. The stories that are taking up the world's bandwidth at the moment are the non indictment of the cops for killing Michael Brown and Eric Garner along with the protests (both boisterous and silent alike) all around the world.

Am I saddened about the black lives lost at the hands of police brutality? Absolutely! Am I grieved for the families suffering loss and the kids missing a father, mother missing her son, or wife missing her husband? Certainly! Here's what does my heart a little glad. These stories have produced a number of riots, protests, and {here comes the positive}....SOLIDARITY. Yes...solidarity. Not even just solidarity amongst the black community, but solidarity amongst all people groups, cultures, economic status, social status, professional industries, and the like.

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In pictures that go along with this post, you witness what my last sentence described. Athletes, Capitol Hill staff, artists, and just plain regular people who are just doing what they believe is right in response of these injustices being committed.

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