Queue: No Justice, No Peace
by Jaye Elizabeth
I’m still recovering from a week of hatred, violence, and redundancy. I cried, tweeted, wrote, cried some more, stayed in bed, cursed the system trying to find something meaningful. I want to make change, but I want to take care of myself and keep my person and my soul healthy and safe. What a dilemma for black America. I made this playlist to take care of myself, and I hope that if you give it a listen, I can help make a small change in you.
Sending you much love in these trying times.
[Photo by Gordon Parks, 1963]