• Jared Exler


Updated: Jul 6, 2020

With the unfortunate happenings last week across the country following the tragic death of George Floyd, it was just another example of how far we still have to go as a country in promoting equality. It’s depressing how we are in 2020 and too many people still have issues with viewing others of different races as equal as them but, unfortunately, that remains a reality. It is clear that change needs to happen. It’s taken a long time to achieve whatever progress has been made in our country and it will take even more time and effort to achieve the kind of meaningful change and healing we need, but I believe if we all can come together and see the special abilities and personalities of people of all different races the world can slowly become a better place as the years go on. Sports are clearly not the main focus right now and, therefore, I will be postponing the addition of new content until next week at the earliest.

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