I thought this fit the AnnaLift theme of repetition very well. This sculpture in Golden Gate Park by artist Dana King (who I had the privilege to meet this day) represents the first 250 black women taken from their country to be brought into slavery. Only 21 of them survived the journey. The art installation was made in response to the toppling of the Frances Scott Key Memorial (photo on upper left of right page) which happened on Juneteenth of 2019. Key, the author of our National Anthem, was a slave owner. Every Thursday King visits the site with some volunteers to make sure the sculptures are cleaned and fresh flowers placed. I was honored to be able to talk to her about the challenges of teaching our grandchildren all sides of stories of history and to place some of the flowers myself. While enjoying this discussion and the art, our car was being robbed.