It’s been a hard week or so. Or 400 years. Depends when you’re counting from.

Maybe it’s the quarantine — we’ve all been cooped up, longing for connection to each other, to something. Maybe it’s the quick succession of notorious violence against innocent African Americans following Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Aubrey just days apart. But I don’t think that’s the only reason George Floyd’s murder has been a more powerful catalyst than Trevon Martin or Eric Garner or Rodney King or countless others. …

Jonathan Aisenberg

student of business, lover of the internet

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