The Strange Fruit Endures

Ahmaud Arbery (Photo courtesy of family)

Sometimes the news seems totally disjointed and anarchic, a torrent of disconnected events. Other times there is a gestalt to it that arrives with lightning bolt-like clarity.

Last week was one of the latter.

The centerpiece of that clarity was a trio of shotgun blasts, fired on a street in south Georgia, on a Sunday afternoon.

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Writer, filmmaker, and veteran — blogging at The King’s Necktie @TheKingsNecktie

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