At the New York State Bar Association’s most recent House of Delegates meeting, I chose to jettison my planned remarks on recent association activities and accomplishments, and instead to reflect on events that had taken place in the previous couple of weeks:

In the span of 72 hours in America, 11 people were murdered in Pittsburgh because of their faith, while praying in their place of worship; 14 pipe bombs were sent to current and former public officials, including two former presidents; and two African-Americans were targeted and murdered by a white supremacist at a grocery store in Kentucky, as the murderer told a white bystander that he was safe because “whites don’t kill whites.”

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