Gathering on the Decatur City Square, June 2020

Can Anti-Racism Win This Round?

Signs of hope transcend years of history

We eye each other warily, a group of six adults: two young white women, two older men — one white, one black, one young black woman and one grandmotherly black woman. We live within approximately the same one-mile city area, but beyond a passing acquaintance with the other young white woman I have never met any members of my group. We are one of a dozen similar groups spaced out in the…

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FranMorelandJohns

Lifelong newspaper & magazine writer, author, blogger at franjohns.net, agitator for justice, kindness & interfaith understanding.