We must say his name, George Floyd, and we must remember how he was taken from us through senseless violence. The tragedy of his death is exacerbated by our inability to safely grieve due to coronavirus and the resulting restrictions placed on our families and communities. His preventable death and the many similar racist attacks against Black men and women bond us through lived experience and the vicarious trauma of unrelenting exposure to racial violence. Read the rest of our article on Medium.

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