Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says he has been “completely overcome with rage” at the violence that has erupted in the wake of protests over racial injustice. Hamilton – the only black driver in F1 history – was the first of the current grid to speak out about the protests following the death of…Hamilton “overcome with rage” over violent response to race protests — RACER
Hamilton “overcome with rage” over violent response to race protests — RACER
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June 4, 2020 at 9:40 pm
I was surprised at some of the responses found on twitter regarding these events. But to me the most impressive was not a tweet but a clip on the news about a black man confronting a black looter, shouting at him. “You are not our ally” recognizing that looters harm the cause. Now that was good to see. One such looter showed up at one place of business that had been devastated, bringing back the items he’d taken, apologizing. The owner said to him “I forgive you, sometimes we do stupid things” More of those responses and stories need to happen.
June 4, 2020 at 9:58 pm
Full-on agree, Jolie! I love your examples. THAT’s the kind of perspective that not only makes workability, though begins to frame ways for actions that begin turn history happen.