The Real-Life Trauma of Mothers in the Black Community

When we leave a protest we can lie down our signs, but not our anguish and fear.

Photo: Harrison Hill/Los Angeles Times

When the marches end and mothers outside the Black community take their signs and go home, they can “turn off” and disconnect from the struggle. The comfort of a warm shower can wash away the dirt and germs encountered during their…

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Jeanette C. Espinoza

Jeanette C. Espinoza

Mom of 2 amazing humans | Author of 3 books, including “Rock Your Crown” Amazon.com| Speaker | Activist | Creator of Jeanette’s Jewels www.jeanettecespinoza.com