We’ve seen too much violence.
We’ve seen violence against cops— twenty officers hurt during Saturday’s Interstate 94 protest; twelve officers shot in Dallas on Friday, including five killed.
We’ve seen violence by cops—Philando Castile killed on Wednesday in Falcon Heights, and Alton Sterling killed last Tuesday in Baton Rouge.
We’ve seen violence against gays—forty-nine people killed and 53 injured in Orlando in June.
We’ve seen too much violence. Too much hate. Too much fear. Too many guns.
Not enough peace.
Some have compared this bloody year with 1968, when Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy were killed. Continue reading “Too much violence”