Ahmaud Arbery: When Justice Is Bittersweet

I wish that I could celebrate justice for Ahmaud Arbery. Twenty-one months after he was brutally murdered for the perceived crime of “jogging while black,” there would be this big sense of relief. But something in my spirit cannot rest. Despite being content knowing the three men responsible are caged like the wild animals that they are, a part of me is discontent knowing the road it took to reach here, and the road that awaits long after this…

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Corey B. King

Writer, Professor. Published my second book, I Have Some Shit to Say, memoir/essay collection in 2018! You can find me on Twitter at @coreybking