“Thinking of you.” “Sending love.” “No need to respond.”It had been a strange and terrible night. I had watched an uplifting talk by a writer and friend, a survivor of sexual assault and a proud Asian-American activist. After the virtual event, I sent her a text, congratulating her on yet another heartwarming talk. ?”I searched for the news, found it: eight people, mostly Asian women, shot and killed in Georgia. Immediately, I pictured the stunned and grief-stricken faces of their loved ones, their world shattered by an unwelcome phone call in the night.
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