You Can’t Title It: When? JUNE 5, 2020 BY ANNIE OLEA (EDIT) I’m inside outbackwardsforwardsRaw to the bone. Don’t touch meDon’t come closeBreathing is excruciating. There are screamsSo many screams . . .Those from tonight of angerThose of yesterday and the painThose of George and injusticeThose of our ancestors and the unrest. We raise our handsWe bend a kneeWe stand arms linkedBecause others can no longer. Standinghands outstretchedholding heartsSearching for answersDemanding to be heardTo be Seen. PeaceJusticeEqualityThey say we have itWe know different! A generationthen anotherand anotherWaiting for changeThat doesn’t come When will the tears stop?When will the killing end?When will the color of ourSkin no longer matter?When??