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I believe, like author, professor, and journalist Issac Bailey, that all of us played a part in the death of Jordan Neely. In this op ed he names the poverty and neglect that large sections of our society accept as we pass by the people we don’t pursue or prioritize. Bailey wants us to remember those we walk by on commutes. He asks us to take stock of what we have done and are doing. We need a radical interrogation of our inaction in connection with Neely’s tragic death in the times in which we find ourselves. This piece prods me to be more like Jesus in places I have been numb and complacent; and I pray it does the same for you.
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