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Inside the Grief

Inside the Grief by David Bixler
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David Bixler

Label: Bixxlixx Music
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:50:16
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What Does if Care?/I Spy Like Shosti 389 Inside the Grief Balm Vote!


Album Description

Living through the trifecta of 2020: COVID-19, systemic racism, and the presidential election. Inside the Grief is a product of these strange times in which we are living: The pandemic has changed all aspects of our lives; family, education, and work; society has been upended by an invisible virus. The murder of George Floyd was both violent and polarizing. His murder functioned as the tipping point where American society was forced to deal with the systemic racism entrenched in this country. From my perspective, it seemed that certain attitudes that had been ignored or buried in various societal groups exploded into the forefront of our national consciousness. For the positive, this convinced a large portion of our society of the necessity for change. However, there remains a large portion of our society who clings to lies and hate. This reality affects all of us whatever each personal view may be. The election of 2020 has been the most contested election I have experienced in my lifetime where the very core of democracy in our country has been called into question. The distress and distrust resulting from the behavior of government leaders has created an even deeper chasm between opposing sides in society, a chasm that is confusing and frightening. I find myself asking how we as a group of people will ever recover.



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