I also began to learn about what was going on at home. While those racist and anti-semitic idiots were protesting in Charlottesville, my older son was outing them on his Twitter account. His account had a couple thousand followers and would soon grow much larger. With Twitter he showed the world the kind of people these protesters were.
The protesters were no longer content to hide behind their white hoods, so my son gave them the publicity they sought, though not in the manner they wanted. He and his followers called them out for their vile message and their hateful acts.
I smiled with pride as I learned what was going on.
I didn’t realize then the cost of what he was doing.