“…we can’t settle for intervening. We have to be ready to consider the predictive, unique and unprecedented need among black families. If the presumptions are true, then there is neglect occurring that we do not know about. What will our posture be when we meet these families? It’s a balancing act to have gratitude for our frontline and first responders while also holding them accountable to a higher standard of decision-making.”
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