The last two weeks have been horrific and traumatic. A white terrorist killed eight people in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian women, in what was undeniably a racially motivated hate crime. A man with unlimited access to military grade weapons killed 10 people in a grocery store around the corner from a good friend’s house in Boulder. The Grand Ol Party of white supremacy and voter suppression passed a bill in Georgia so heinous that it makes it illegal to hand a human being a bottle of water. And now we wait with nauseous dread to see if any sliver of justice will be awarded to the family of a man who was killed in daylight, on film, under the knee of a police officer.