May 29, 2020
From Kenneth V. Hardy, Ph.D., Clinical and Organizational Consultant for the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships in New York
Here is a passage from an article I wrote in 2014 following the death of Freddie Gray. You can replace his name with another and what is stated still rings true today.
Last April, like millions of other people, I sat transfixed in front of my TV, watching cars being torched and turned over, buildings being set ablaze, and crowds of young people throwing rocks at police. This was all happening in Baltimore, in the wake of the death of a young black man named Freddie Grey under suspicious circumstances after ...