By Alissa Winters | DailyPS.com
Published in June of 2020
SUMMARY: A heart felt opinion piece with nuance and honesty that focuses on repentance, justice and love.
KEY QUOTE: “My intentions are not to create arguments, but to create reflection. Because if you’re anything like me, these last few weeks have been a sobering reminder that maybe we’re not as far along as we thought we were.”
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