A year in the making

Purely coincidental

Over the past few weeks, we've seen such monstrous attacks on human life at the hands of our protectors. It's nothing new, it's just bolder. More brazen. And if you thought you could ignore it and go on about your day, right next door a calamity teems over of anger, disgust, disappointment and fear for all the world to see. Fear that this is our reality. I certainly have that fear. And I have a medley of thoughts running through my mind of ?what if, ?but doesn't everyone understand and ?how come? I'm not sure how long any of those questions will be answered. I'll be right here waiting and participating. Anticipating a satisfactory resolution. I'll just wait right here. Because this isn't just one city's problem. It's just not one victim's problem. It's all our problem. Black, white. Resident, policeman. White-collar, blue-collar. Child, Adult.

There is a gentleman, Timothy Douglas, who will produce a piece, Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea, about a young man from Baltimore, who is attempting to discover his place in this world. Join me this Saturday to watch this amazing piece. Maybe it'll encourage you share more of your thoughts on the events of current and past and how we can help shape the future.

Hope to see you opening night; however, the show runs through May 31st. Therefore, you have more opportunities to see it again.

Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea

Thursday, May 14th, 8pm

2020 Shannon Place Southeast

Washington, DC