After Buffalo, we can’t afford to mourn and move on, unless we’re willing to accept more tragedy | The Seattle Times

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A prerequisite of living while Black in this country is learning to mourn and move on. Another is concluding there is no amount of butchering, murder or elimination of Black life that will ever make America stop guzzling the syrupy poison of white supremacy. Nor is there any amount of sickening slaughter visited on our Jewish communities that will make us examine for long who is allowed a life free from murderous ideologies.There is no volume of torment inflicted upon our Asian American communit

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