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My Official Statement on the Kansas City Super Bowl Parade, and Where to Donate.

The violence perpetrated this past Wednesday was heartbreaking, and for it to happen so close to home, on a day that was supposed to be a day of celebration, has shaken me and others to their core. I hope those injured make a full recovery, and I hope those who have lost someone find closure and solace. I also hope, like many, that changes are made to ensure that something like this never happens again.

One way of incentivizing that change is to be kind to yourself and others, especially over these next few days when the wounds of today are still potent. Anger, division, and hate…breed anger, division, and hate. It’s not what we need, especially now. We must come together, we as a PEOPLE, to enact change that is for the betterment of ourselves and our society, and the only way that happens is to listen and make an effort to understand one another. Do not listen to money, not party lines, and not media, listen to other PEOPLE around you who live lives different than yours but unite with you under the banner of being human. What truly promotes the principles of life, well-being, humanity, happiness, and health?

All walks of life offer something of value regarding this, so this means everyone has something of value to give when you give them the chance. Be kind to one another, not just over the coming days, but live to listen, understand, empathize, and love your fellow human. It truly is the least you can do in times like these. That is how we can galvanize change, be the change you want to see. #LoveKC

As stated above, one of the ways to galvanize change is to unite with one another and do good. Please, if you can and are able, donate to the following GoFundMes and charities supporting victims:

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