Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters

A “guilty” verdict, a breath of relief, and a prayer for the future.

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This afternoon I held my son, snuggling and squirming, tight on my lap. This afternoon, I streamed live NPR coverage on my phone and heard a verdict of guilty — guilty — guilty in Derek Chauvin’s murder trial for the death of George Floyd. This afternoon, I felt a trickle of tears as I…

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I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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Amy Colleen

Amy Colleen

I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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