‘There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.’ Eldridge Cleaver
This is episode one of our series on The People Who Marched. Today, we welcome Jennifer J. Hayes (read her book, check out her matchmaking site, visit her Facebook page, and listen to an earlier interview!) to speak about her experience at the Houston March.
An important link- https://swingleft.org/
I agree with you Jennifer, we have to get out and let our voices be heard, doing nothing will cause us to go backwards and we have fought long and hard and lives been lost but we have made changes and will not let anyone take that from us.
Thank you Denise, well said!
So heartfelt Jennifer. Your feelings are what a lot of people feel, however will never express. They just continue to stay silent.
Your emotions and words expressed the sentiment for so many of us. No one knows our life story and so many people don’t care. It’s all about what they have to gain from him being elected. I refuse to call this man a president. Thank you for your transparency.
Jennifer i could of not said it better. You hit it spot on! Me being white married to a black man and we have a interacial child together, this hits really close to home for me.That’s how many of us feel. Thank you for speaking up for all of us. Love this
Jennifer, getting involved locally is the best thing you could do while encouraging others. Your heart was so pure. Thank you for sharing. “Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.”
― William Faulkner