Every Time a Statue Falls, Our Story Changes

A writer’s take on the role of symbolism in the protests of 2020 vs. the protests of 2017

Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay

In August 2017, I pulled red socks up over my knees and put on a shirt reading “turn your back on hate.” My children, their father and I then headed into the city of Atlanta to march in protest of white supremacy. At that time, the…

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Kelli Lynn Grey

Kelli Lynn Grey

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Neuro-divergent & chronically ill writer mom. Works w/ GA Center for Nonprofits & Education Without Limits. Author: Queen of Wands (soon) & Harvest (‘18)