The Status of Bystander Is No Longer Acceptable

Holding ourselves accountable for our inaction is the first step forward.

Photo by mauro mora on Unsplash

A middle-aged lady’s cane snaps in half as she walks to the bus stop, and she plummets onto the floor with a grunt. A dozen people under the bus shelter gasp, and for one dreadful second that feels like an eternity, no one moves. Their eyes dart nervously from…

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