I Can’t Breathe- How Racism Can Be A Grieving Event

Written by Sisters

June 13, 2020

Sharon and Erica invite their sisters Yolanda and Sharlene along with their sister in law Peggy to discuss racism in America.  This conversation is coming on the heels of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George’s Floyd’s deaths at the hands of the police.  The sisters explain how racism can cause a grieving event in your heart.  For more information please see their website at www.healingstartswiththeheart.com

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