754 Congress St. | keep your thinking in the embodiment
this is space for honoring and for activation
This work is arising from the simultaneous realities that while 1 in 3 Black Americans know somebody who has been hospitalized or died of COVID-19, only 1 in 9 White Americans inhabit this space of personal and community grief. The invisibility of COVID-19 in White America does not exist outside of this lived disparity – it is the direct result of it. For those of us who are White, we ask: how can we shoulder the weight of this reality so that those who grieve can properly honor their experience and who they mourn?