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April 12, the Day After Daunte Wright's Lynching

I wonder how far back we’ll have to remember, 

to re-member ourselves as people who

co-create futures that 

honor life.



How many thousands of years ago

was it that we

were aligned with 

the wisdom of

nature? 

When culture was rooted in the knowing 

that intersectionality and 

interdependency were

essential for true living?



I see blue skies this morning, 

I hear birds singing.

My heart celebrates

this show of life, and 

the heart nausea that 

comes every time

another person who is killed by police 

will not be ignored. 



Tick, tock.

Life and death, this is nature. But 

white supremacy is

born from something something different. 

How long will it take for us to re-member ourselves?

What is being re-membered, right now: 

hearts open, eyes open, with the taste 

of blood on our tongue? 

 

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