Black Lives Still Matter, And (Y)our Discomfort Still Doesn’t

How has the year of protests been for you?


I launched my personal page (yes, this one) with my article on shame and my own journey from ignorance to…less ignorance.

It was June 2020, and Black Lives Matter had just exploded.

(the movement, not the issues, obviously)

In this episode, recorded just two days after Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, I aim to engage you in a personal reflection of how this year of protests has been for you.

I quote Glennon Doyle, I talk about bravery, and I remind myself and, hopefully, you, what is and what isn’t at the centre of this issue.

It’s one of my more reflective episodes. I think you’ll like it.

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