Even if justice is yet to be fully served, and any meaningful country-wide reform around no-knock warrants remains to be seen, voices from around the globe have made sure to pay tribute to Taylor’s spirit today. After all, it’s not just about keeping up the necessary momentum for meaningful change around racism within the police force, but also honoring a voice that has now become a beacon of hope and inspiration for a new civil rights movement.
When I was growing up in the 1980s, my first cousins would come to the states when the fighting got really bad in their home country of Lebanon. They would tell stories of hiding from shelling while waiting for the hydrofoil to Cyprus. Back then, that ferry was the only safe way out of the city; the airport in Beruit was often closed and never safe. My cousins would arrive exhausted, deflated, and deeply traumatized. It would take months for them to process their experience. It wasn’t until they were on the other side of it that they could see it clearly.
As March arrives again, we are finally at the moment where we can start to try and figure out how to quantify our collective loss. Biden has promised that there will be enough vaccines for every adult American by May, meaning that our national nightmare teeters on the brink of being over. This past week, Biden said that he believes that “by July the 4, there’s a good chance you, your families and friends, will be able to get together.”
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