Time for Change

This week’s post does not come to you out of excitement or enthusiasm, but instead from pain and heartache. I know that this is a controversial subject right now, but I feel that this is the most important thing going on in our world today. Regardless of how convenient it is for us not to have these conversations, now is the time to do it and be more than simply non-racist, but anti-racist. We have continued to see acts of racism and bigotry unfortunately flood our country, and have yet to find the cure. Those like me, who don’t per say have the largest platform, are doing what they can to preach love and kindness, and promoting justice; as I cannot imagine what our world and lives will come to if this continues. Every day I search for ways to help end this and will continue to do the best I can to speed up the process. Thankfully, there are many others out there who are also tired of seeing these injustice’s done, and their reach is a lot more impactful. Today, all I want to show are people and organizations who are willing to use their reputation’s to better this country and its people.

Taylor Trammel (San Diego Padres)

Photo via Twitter, @ Taytram24

Marcus Stroman (New York Mets)

Photo via Twitter, @ STR0

Andrew McCutchen (Philadelphia Phillies)

Photo via @ TheCUTCH22

Asher Wojciechowski (Baltimore Orioles)

Photo via Twitter, @ AsherWojo

Byron Buxton (Minnesota Twins)


Photo via Instagram, @ buckdaddy103

Rob Cooper (Head Coach of Penn State Baseball)

Photo via Twitter, @ 16RobCooper

Sean Doolittle (Washington Nationals)

Photo via Twitter, @ whatwouldDOOdo

God Bless, Psalm 10:17-18

“O Lord, you hear the desire of the afflicted, you will strengthen their heart; you will incline your ear to do justice to the deprived and the oppressed, so that man who is of the earth may strike terror no more.”

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