Or the power to push back against its abuses. The rest of us can only imagine those feelings. And imagination doesn’t come close to lived experience. So I’ll end with an acknowledgment of the validity of the anger being felt. Lion To my dad your son poster. And a hope that our current upheaval will end with a more informed citizenry, a deeper understanding, and some sort of lasting change. I’d have loved to have interviewed George on the street. From the videos I’ve seen, and the stories I’ve read, I imagine he’d have chosen to tell me about his kids. Or his fiancée. Or his faith. Because he was more than a symbol. He was a person. And I’m sure that he’d have wanted to be remembered for his life much more than his death.
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You capture the best of people and no doubt would have seen shared the story that defined him. Too often we are defined by our last moment. Thank you for bringing light to stories that matter, sooner. Lion To my dad your son poster. A beautiful human being was taken away needlessly form the world, his community, friends and family. He deserves to be seen for the person he was, not his last horrific moments. Thank you Brandon. This resonates with me. Thank you. We must stay focused. Anger is a distraction and it is fickle too. Keep George alive by amplifing his values, his humanity, his life that is the only way to immotalize him so people do not forget. That is how to make his death count.