“As the nation celebrates ‘Freedom’, we are lifting up the lives of our lost angels. We are coming together in heart because we made a decision long ago to become part of the solution in our communities. Right now, (that is) protecting our children, enabling an environment of hope, peace and light.”
“As we commemorate these lives, we call on the nation to truly pray about the violence and evil against our children. Whilst people are standing in solidarity with the Ukraine, we are at war here at home, we truly are. We have lots to pray about, we have lots and lots of work to do as we contend with the greatest, ugliest violence of poverty, out of which all these social ills are flowing,” she appealed.