A Time For National Introspection

I do think that the change we seek can one day be obtained. I believe it will take an immeasurable amount of work to get there, but I believe it can be done.

I think we must honor the victims of these senseless tragedies by keeping their memory alive and not becoming complacent to the escalating violence that seems to plague our country. But that is just the first step.

I believe that to obtain the change we seek, we must begin by looking within ourselves and making changes in each of our lives that will better our community. As I said before, I don’t have all of the answers. I think we have a tough road ahead of us, but I do believe that together we can make difference.

What will you do to keep their memory alive and make your community a better place in the weeks that lie ahead?

Boyd Coleman is a landscape architect in Phoenix, Arizona. He can be reached on twitter at @CDGLA or email: bcoleman001@gmail.com

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