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EDITORIAL

Why I Write About Black Murders

Despite how exhausting it is

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Typically, I don’t write about the murders of my Black brothers and sisters. It is not for a lack of caring. But there’s something about this latest public murder of George Floyd, a Black man, that guts me. Perhaps it’s the COVID-19 pandemic and the fact the United States leads the world in deaths from the disease, the

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Clay Rivers

Clay Rivers

Artist, author, accidental activist, & editorial dir of Our Human Family (http://www.ohfweekly.org and http://medium.com/our-human-family). Twitter: @clayrivers

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