I hung the Black Live Matter sign that I made and held in the protest in our small Upstate NY town a few weeks ago, on the clothesline. When I have clothes to dry it hangs with them or by itself the rest of the time.
The cars, occasional people walking or bikers can see it from Route 22. I like the way it moves with the wind, it makes it feel so alive.
I believe this is an important time, as Clarissa Pinkola Estes says, to “show your soul.”