Throughout the country, communities are coming together on June 1 to participate in a National Day of Mourning and Lament.
While many are lamenting, mourning, honoring and marking the 100,000 lives lost to Covid-19, we are compelled to also lament and mourn the lives of Black men, women, and children lost to police brutality and racist violence in this country.
We also lament and mourn the unjust racial and economic disparities that have led to a greater impact of the Covid-19 illness on people of color.
We will come together to mourn the loss of life, to cry out in grief and outrage, to pray for and recommit ourselves to the work of justice and moral accountability.
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