Moving Through The Grief of Racism — Robin Wright

I’m moved by this post, written three days ago by Robin Wright. Robin starts with recent racial slaughter in Buffalo, New York. She shares feeling. Processing. Grief. Confusion. Clarity. She shares what it feels like — witness of the deeply inner played out in repeated, patterned occurrence. She offers suggestions. She calls to the heart and the belly.

I’m moved by this post, written by Robin. For her honesty and her heart, insisting attention to what is real and patterned in white, systemic, unhealed hatred. I’m moved by her post, by her continued call to centering, for the way she brings life. I’m moved to face more of that grief within. And to be with others. Thx Robin.

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