But last weekend, I felt like I was part of a real moment in history. I've always wished I could have been alive during the march on Selma. This event made me glad I'm alive today. This is a fight for humanity, to defeat the insidious effects of whiteousness, and get on with the true work of becoming the Beloved Community.
I highly recommend taking an hour and watching all of them, but I'll give some descriptions if you only have time to pick a few:
College freshman Dawnya Johnson tells her testimony of struggling in school while living in the foster care system. Now she speaks to battling systemic injustice in front of audiences like the Department of Education, the President, international gatherings, and this room of 15,000.