Location: High Street, Columbus, Ohio
Instead of doing my usual morning walk in my neighborhood, I decided to go downtown before the protests. My plan was to take a few pictures of the art displayed outside the Huntington building. I noticed the following:
Sidebar: I never thought about that. I know how I feel wearing cotton masks outside when it is more than 85 degrees. No, I can’t imagine not being about to breathe and begging for my life (George Floyd).
This next mural says it all:
This in the midst of another black man being killed by the hands of police officers (Rayshard Brooks). These images spoke to me. While driving downtown, I listened to a local minister on the radio. He was sharing that when he doesn’t say much that means he is processing the situation, trying to determine the best way to communicate his feelings whether it is being angry or frustrated. That is where I am today. What else can be said that hasn’t already been said?