Graphics Matter

I think it is very interesting that since I posted this graphic on Facebook, many of my friends of color indicated that they “LIKED” it, including the state chairperson of the Indiana NAACP Environmental Justice committee, the local leader and spokesman for various demonstrations and protests, such as against Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and Black Lives Matter, and several of my friends from Indy10, the local Black Lives Matter group.  People pay attention to what we say and do.  We need to make our support and witness visible.

Here is a link to a post by AFSC’s Lucy Duncan about Quakers and Black Lives  Matter.



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