You can listen to everyone else and just take the loss of your friend but you’re obviously hurt and feel some unfinished business. It’s gonna bother you to just let it go.
It’s 10 years of friendship. IDK if your friend is projecting or what and is taking it out on you. If you guys are care each other that’s a friendship worth fighting for.
Go talk to her, call her. Don’t do it by text or DM-ing. Don’t come in aggressive like you’re going to be mad or upset. You guys should talk about it. If it’s a friendship of 10 years that’s going to end you might as well have closure. Realistically, I think you two just don’t understand each other and you do need to stand your ground and say, you need to be respected for the way you do things. You don’t want to be disrespected by being pressured into anything. You don’t want a friend where it feels controlling about what posts you should and shouldn’t have up.
FYI, I was in the same boat as you. I support racial equality but I wasn’t sure if I was going to continue to support BLM this year when I saw ‘defund the cops’ ‘abolish the cops’ I needed more information before getting back on board. So, I donated to the ACLU. I wanted Floyd to have my support, I left flowers to show the presence of my support.
I really needed to think if I agreed with the defunding of the cops. At EOD, I agree that an armed authority shouldn’t be the first person to intervene with non-threatening civilians. Someone else should intervene before state or government armed authority gets involved. Our fellow citizens shouldn’t be killed over a counterfeit $20 bill or traffic violation. I came to the conclusion, I don’t want my tax dollars to go to someone who’s in a system, able to murder someone for no good reason. I support BLM that we need to reimagine and recreate how things are done if we can figure out a better system than the cop system. Let’s do it.