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Rachel Garbade

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- I've been thinking a lot lately about how I can meaningfully engage with the events that have unfolded this week. In truth, I've unfairly kept some distance from it for the sake of self preservation. But, as a female Jew with a grandma who survived the Holocaust, I can't rest easy on those bastions of privilege any longer. So, tonight, I visited the history of protest exhibition at the @whitneymuseum, and let myself feel the weight I'd be avoiding. I'm not okay right now, as Neo Nazis, white supremacists, and Trump rip a wound into our country. But, I will continue to seek solace in places like this that eagerly visualize a better world. (William N. Copley, "Untitled (Think/flag)," 1967) // #whitneymuseum
- I& #39;ve been thinking a lot lately about how I can meaningfully engage with the events that have unfolded this week. In truth, I& #39;ve unfairly kept some distance from it for the sake of self preservation. But, as a female Jew with a grandma who survived the Holocaust, I can& #39;t rest easy on those bastions of privilege any longer. So, tonight, I visited the history of protest exhibition at the @whitneymuseum , and let myself feel the weight I& #39;d be avoiding. I& #39;m not okay right now, as Neo Nazis, white supremacists, and Trump rip a wound into our country. But, I will continue to seek solace in places like this that eagerly visualize a better world. (William N. Copley, "Untitled (Think/flag)," 1967) // #whitneymuseum
- I've been thinking a lot lately about how I can meaningfully engage with the events that have unfolded this week. In truth, I've unfairly kept some distance from it for the sake of self preservation. But, as a female Jew with a grandma who survived the Holocaust, I can't rest easy on those bastions of privilege any longer. So, tonight, I visited the history of protest exhibition at the @whitneymuseum, and let myself feel the weight I'd be avoiding. I'm not okay right now, as Neo Nazis, white supremacists, and Trump rip a wound into our country. But, I will continue to seek solace in places like this that eagerly visualize a better world. (William N. Copley, "Untitled (Think/flag)," 1967) // #whitneymuseum

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