Don’t worry. It is not my intention to change this pharma/regulatory/technology blog into a political platform, but after the events of last week, I think it is appropriate for all of us to step back and examine how we can make our country better. I believe I can make a positive contribution by explaining my sincere interpretation of #BlackLivesMatter. I first heard the phrase “Black Lives Matter” back in 2012 when Travon Martin was killed by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. Like most people, when I first heard the phrase, I thought it was clearly wrong. I thought, what they should say, is “all lives matter”. Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter Explained By A White Guy
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