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Heather Heyer

I am watching some of this touching memorial service to this young woman who was murdered in Charlottesville over the weekend.  Very touching.

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Re: Heather Heyer


@yellow919 wrote:

I am watching some of this touching memorial service to this young woman who was murdered in Charlottesville over the weekend.  Very touching.


RIP dear lady. Woman Sad

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Re: Heather Heyer

May her hopes for civilization be realized in her memory.

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Re: Heather Heyer

Her mother is an amazing woman.

 

RIP Heather Heyer.

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Re: Heather Heyer

  I've been crying for days.I hurt for Heathers family & for our beloved country.

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Re: Heather Heyer

A fitting tribute to a brave young woman.

May her legacy live on.

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Re: Heather Heyer

I wonder often if we could see the future, would we make different choices.

 

If she knew how things would go that day, would she still have thought it a good idea to participate.

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Re: Heather Heyer

So sad!!

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Re: Heather Heyer


@esme wrote:

I wonder often if we could see the future, would we make different choices.

 

If she knew how things would go that day, would she still have thought it a good idea to participate.

 

Both of her parents said yes.


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Re: Heather Heyer

You know, I think this young woman went into that challenging day knowing somewhere in the back of her mind that something could happen to her.  Perhaps not death, but maybe even allowing for that as all of us do in a strange manner but not really "allowing" the reality to hit us.  We just acknowledge fleetingly that it could happen.

 

I believe Heather Heyer knowingly made a brave choice.  She walked the talk.