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Our community has lost so many beautiful souls, but recently these deaths seem to hit a little harder. Read this article and think about the ways you can be a better ally, or friend, to those who desperately need it now

MANHATTAN, NY – JUNE 12: A Caucasian protester holds up their homemade sign on a box that says, “Black Trans Lives Matter No Justice No Peace” during a protest at Trump Tower. This was part of the Black Womxn’s Empowerment March that started at Trump Tower and marched to Gracie Mansion. Protesters continue taking to the streets across America and around the world after the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer Derek Chauvin that was kneeling on his neck during for eight minutes, was caught on video and went viral. During his arrest as Floyd pleaded, “I Can’t Breathe”. The protest are attempting to give a voice to the need for human rights for African American’s and to stop police brutality against people of color. They are also protesting deep-seated racism in America. Many people were wearing masks and observing social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic. Photographed in the Manhattan Borough of New York on June 12, 2020, USA. (Photo by Ira L. Black/Corbis via Getty Images)


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