Stafford Elizabeth 
Member since Jul 12, 2017

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Re: “Editor's Note: Thoughts on a Fourth of July from hell

When we find the our self at Savannah's fork in the road, asking moral questions like. To what extent do all lives matter? Is it enough to march on gun violence only when it affects my community? Or is it everyone's responsibility to catch the proverbial, "chink in the chain?" My thoughts are, there is no quick fix, and Savannah didn't get to this point over the course of one night. In a city that values tourism more than it does its citizens, and invests more money, time, and effort in protecting the city's assets than it does human life. This city is a great place for some people and not so much for others, and then there are those that don't even know what they don't know will hurt them. I'm here to tell it, gather the collective and create a consensuses. The unfortunate 4th of July event, and others like it have become a pattern in this city that can be traced back to where it began to go awry, and could have been prevented. I'm not pointing any fingers. Let's move forward taking logical and moral steps directed at a safe and decent environment. The solution can take the form of many facets equal awareness, education, and opportunities just to name a few.

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Posted by Stafford Elizabeth on 07/12/2017 at 6:11 PM

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