Taking the Capitol

The assumption of white non-violence

Photo by Kyle Mills on Unsplash

Update: One year later, and I still don’t understand how this happened.

Like most of the world, I watched with speechless alarm as the Capitol Building was stormed by rioters wielding guns, tear-gas canisters, and confederate flags. From approximately 2 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. when officials declared the Capitol building secure, these rioters…

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