I finally had gathered up the courage (a word which seems really stupid now) to write a little more in depth about my journey with my injury and how it's affecting my life and my goals, but it just feels too petty today.
I work with children every day, some of whom I have known and loved since their mothers were pregnant with them. I have four nephews and a niece that I love more than life itself.
What is happening at America's border is breaking my heart. The Statue of Liberty feels like a joke right now.
And not one person on the religious right seems to be thinking when they see these poor people, "There but for the grace of God go I."
So, please, take two seconds out of your day, and donate to Together Rising, where every single penny is going to legal fees to help these families and children.
Take five minutes out of your day to call your representative, especially if you live in a a blue or purple state, and tell them where you stand. Let's make those phone lines explode.
Take one day out of your life and protest on June 30th, and wherever and whenever the opportunity arises. You may be far from the border, but you can still physically show up against this.
Finally, and most importantly, VOTE. Make sure all your friends are registered to vote. Vote in primaries, vote in November. The only way to stop this administration's myriad of ethics violations, illegal actions, and horrific policies is a Democratic Congress. The "never-Trump" GOP does nothing more than tweet their disapproval. That's meaningless.
Please take the time to make a difference. And count your blessings, while you're at it, because seriously - there but for the grace of God go I.
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