"Yes, I'm white, and so are lots of my neighbors," she wrote. "I also have Hispanic neighbors, African American neighbors, gay neighbors [hand raised], old crotchety neighbors, neighbors with kids, neighbors from countries I've never heard of. It's one of the things I love about this city. But I'm not going to shut up and tell myself I have no right to be upset, when people are killed and beaten and threatened all around me. I can't speak to what it's like in other neighborhoods, in other cities — I'm not there. I'm here. And I hope I can stay and look forward to things getting better – for everyone."