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Collected Item: “Photos from Remembrance of Philando Castile rally”

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Photos from Remembrance of Philando Castile rally

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Hindsight is 20/20. Unless you're Jeff Bezos, this year has likely been really difficult (and it might get worse). I'm trying to challenge myself to look back at 2020, not only remembering the injustice, corruptness, and trauma of it - but all the friends made, hugs shared, and inspiring moments I got to witness. ⁣

Lots of love to everyone who has been cheering me on locally and beyond. It's made this year a bit easier. That being said, call your mom. Embrace seeing a therapist. Hit up that friend you've been meaning to catch up with. ⁣
⁣Photos from Remembrance of Philando Castile rally, July 6, 2020

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2020, difficult year, reflection, corruption, trauma, friends, inspiration, photography, photo journalist, advice, Drew Arrieta, Social Justice, Indigenous, protest, BLM, Black Lives Matter, HST580, ASU

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Drew Arrieta @itsdrw

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