Ahmaud Arbery was hunted and killed, lynched in my community. This event does not make me an expert in race relations although, as a rabbi and as a rabbi here, I suddenly need to be. I am, however, a keen observer of people and of systems. Because I am sitting on this particular front line of history, I have a unique perspective. And because my observations could make someone’s life better or even save someone’s life entirely, I feel obligated to every life lost, especially Mr. Arbery, to share them.

In the last few weeks, I have heard from many people, white people, who are outraged…