Why should we care about helping the Charlottesville terrorist’s quadriplegic mother? Because #LoveConquersHate

 

My heart hurt watching events unfold in Charlottesville.

It hurt because of the continued outward resurgence of the worst of humanity — the need to feel superior to others and the hate-filled anger that has risen up in our streets.

It hurt because my own 24-year-old child who has marched for justice and equality from Oakland to Minnesota, was so upset over the weekend’s events, she could not even answer my call. She is friends with a comrade of Heather Heyer, the woman who was killed by neo-Nazi James Fields, and