A World Ocean Month 2020 Reflection on the Flow of Justice
“De wata bring we and de wata gwine tek we bak,” is a proverb from my ancestors here in the Gullah/Geechee Nation. As I walk to the marsh of the Sea Islands or stand on the shoreline of the ocean, I hear these words resonate in my soul. I pause and I take in not only the beauty of the ocean as the waves crash against the sand on which I stand but I also take in 500 years of history since this is the means by which my ancestors arrived on the shores of North America and then built the United States.
To read the full post, go to https://oceanconservancy.org/blog/2020/06/25/world-ocean-month-2020-reflection-flow-justice/