Lunch with Lindsay: Processing Racial Injustice in the US During a Pandemic

If you’re like me, you have been enduring a wide range of thoughts and emotions for the past week.

George Floyd.

Breonna Taylor.

Tony McDade.

Ahmaud Arbery.

The incident with Amy Cooper and Christian Cooper.

I don’t even need to write in full sentences. Many of you know most, if not all, of the names I listed.

Since I started social distancing and working from home, I have been typing more than usual in order to stay connected with friends and family. In some ways, it is making me less eager to write for leisure. I still want to express myself so I created a video with my friend and shared it on the Facebook page of Unfiltered Snapshot. Check out the video above.

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