The Power to Plant the Seeds of Hope and Love
The planting of seeds of hope and love are needed now more than at anytime in recent U.S history. With over 100,000 deaths due to the coronavirus, 40,000,000 people now unemployed and the unresolved poison of COVID-1619, the year slavery was implemented in America, has put this country on a powder keg ready to explode. The fire for such an explosion was lit by 4 white police officers who killed George Floyd in Minneapolis as he pleaded with the words, “I can’t breathe, please help me, I can’t breathe”. Unlike past protests against police brutality, the rallies and the community activism is now happening in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic. Many of the protestors believe the virus of racial bigotry that killed George Floyd, is a greater risk to their family, friends and their futures then the coronavirus.