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I Cried Myself to Sleep Last Night — 14 Comments

  1. I cried, as well. I cried for our country and I cried for the disgusting display of privilege and entitlement. My hope came that my children immediately recognized the white privilege and were disgusted. I pray that I am doing better as a mother and a leader, but also as a listener and a learner. Thank you for sharing your heart.

  2. I was so upset over the events at the Capitol. Everything was horrible. I am just heartbroken for this nation.

  3. What happened in Capitol Hill was definitely shocking. Hubby and I were glued in front of the TV watching it. And yes, I totally agree, white privilege do exist in this country.

  4. What happened yesterday was a terrible shock to me as well, still getting over it.

  5. It’s a really shocking news. Seeing them broke the glass door of the capital is so sickening too.

  6. What happened yesterday was reprehensible. I’m disgusted, angry, and shaken by it. Naively, I couldn’t believe that people were not arrested for breaking curfew. My hope is that people who thought white privilege is a myth, learned that it isn’t. America needs to change.

  7. Makes me so sad. It’s hard to even put into words how I feel. We as a county need to do better! We must do better!

  8. Such a horrible start to the new year. When will things get better? It feels so hopeless. We all need to hang on tight to Jesus and family.

  9. Yes, I hope people will open their eyes now. I feel your pain

  10. I feel your pain, yesterday was definitely not a good day!

  11. It was absolutely sickening! I’m not sure what the future holds, but I pray for peace and I pray for justice.

  12. Yup, I was also heartbroken watching everything yesterday. I couldn’t believe it. And it’s not fair that because they are white, things were much different for them. If people didn’t believe in white privilege before, I hope watching that showed them exactly what it was.

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