Black Lives Matter
We've watched the marchers go past The Queensboro, we attended the vigil at Travers Park, we're watching the news of what is happening in New York City and all over the USA.
We are with the protestors who are marching to bring change to this country.
This is not a political statement, it has nothing to do with one party over another, nor is it a statement against any one group or organization - it's an expression of support for fundamental human rights.
The right to ask someone to leash their dog, the right to enjoy a BBQ, the right to use a gym, the right to buy coffee, the right to take a walk, the right to jog, the right to be treated the same as everyone else, the right to not have an interaction with a police officer end with your death.
Now and forever, Black Lives Matter.