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Solidarity is great. Compassion is better. Love is best.

First, I am saddened by the events in Charlottesville yesterday. I hope you will join my children and I as we stand in solidarity with our diverse community. We love every one of our community and want each person to know that we will always have their backs. There are dozens of scheduled events around the country where you can express your sadness and let your friends know how valued they are. If you don't have any non-white friends in your community, please come and make one. Find solidarity events in your community by visiting http://act.indivisibleguide.com/event/stand-in-solidarity-with-charlottesville/search/ Okay, now on to the next order of business. Millenials - babies - sweeties -

Why I'm Asking you NOT to See Book of Mormon Musical (and why you will anyway)

The inset comments come from an article titled, Privilege is inhumane and appropriation is one of its strongest weapons, by PL Thomas of Fuman University. He'd almost certainly object to my use of his article in this instance because 1) I'm white and 2) I'm educated. Those two facts mean that I eat privilege for breakfast while maniacally laughing at the downtrodden and couldn't possible understand any piece of the pain of bias, prejudice or inequity. Except...I belong to a religious minority. I'm not Muslim - that would make me progressively cool - no, I'm so much less important than that. I'm Mormon. A minority is defined as any group that makes up less than half of the whole. With 10 mill