A Moment Of Silence

For 8 minutes and 46 seconds at 11:00 A.M. today, we offer a moment of silence and prayer for George Floyd as his funeral starts in Houston, Texas.

We will never forget his last words, “I Can’t Breathe.”

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27 Responses to A Moment Of Silence

  1. auntyuta says:

    Reblogged this on AuntyUta.

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  2. JanBeek says:

    Can’t click “like” on this. It makes me so sad. But, I did acknowledge the time of silence – – – and said a few prayers for George Floyd’s family and loved ones.

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  3. Ab says:

    RIP, George Floyd.

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  4. Dragthepen says:

    🙏🙏🙏 pray for the healing of this world.

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  5. The Guat says:

    The artwork on this is so powerful. Glad people are highlighting it and observing a moment.

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    • Next to the Mural was a message. Building facade was boarded as a result of some damage. For us this is just temporary. We are breathing George Floyd is not. Please join us in keeping the focus where it should be: Working Towards Change Aimed at Ensuring Equality, Justice and Safety for All Black People in this Country. There will be distractions. There will be people that will try to discredit the movement against Racism and Injustice but for as long as we’re breathing, we will be reminded of the change that is needed to be done. Thanks for the feedback.


  6. The whole world is feeling with George Floyd and his tragic fate (except some who never will be able to show any compassion). It’s time to change the world – and in particular stop all kinds of racism, whether in the States or anywhere else.

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  7. Jorge Medico says:

    We had our own ceremony outside the hospital, White Coats for Black Lives Matter. Keep up your good posts.

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  8. An horrific tragedy at the hands of a police state ruled by a white supremacist dictator. Thank you for this beautiful tribute to a wonderful human being! Blessings.


  9. Such a sad situation. Wish things were better. It happens here in the UK too.


    • Racism is a deep rooted virus that simply resurfaced as people went on lockdown. It is curable however but it begins with acceptance and willingness to change. Thanks for the feedback.


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