This 10 June 2020 video from Texas in the USA says about itself:
Attorney Provides Free Representation to Arrested Protesters | In This Together | NowThis
‘I don’t consider myself to be picking a side. I’m just doing what’s right.’ — Austin-based attorney Tycha Kimbrough is providing legal representation to arrested protesters free of charge.
In US news and current events today, criminal defense lawyer and family attorney Tycha Kimbrough is representing BLM and George Floyd protesters who have been wrongfully arrested. Here’s what inspired her to offer her legal guidance pro bono.
By Sophie Sparham in Britain today:
The Right to Remain by Sophie Sparham
Silence is a bullet that my taxes paid for,
A Judas kiss, gifted to black Jesus as he
Bleeds out on the sidewalk and we profit a
Vineyard out of him. My quiet, a boot to hisNeck, a fire to her house, a question swinging
From a tree. Won’t somebody speak? Silence
My ears mourn, they can’t bury another
Voice. So now I cry with my teeth, let this fist
Become a eulogy, let me raise it like a flag.
Make no mistake, they want you chalk white,
An outline on concrete, a space,
Where a body once stood.
Writer Sophie Sparham is from Derby and has written commissions for BBC Radio 4, The V&A and the People’s History Museum. 21st-century Poetry is edited by Andy Croft, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuban poem on George Floyd: here.