I was before, but honestly since all the "civil unrest" started I've felt much better. ^^
I agree with those who say the BLM resurgence and related protests shouldn't be thought of as "another 2020 tragedy". It's not a tragedy; it's the first real sign of hope and possible change that I've seen in a long time. A lot of things have been accomplished, a lot of mindsets have changed, a lot of new conversations are being had. This is history being made, and I think that's amazing.
However, when you do start to get tired of trying to stay on top of everything, I think it's important to remember that you are not required to keep going at full speed. You're not required to spread every message, like every post, read every book...and you are not required to let anyone know how much you are or aren't doing.
Set your own goals and limits for what you want to do, and stick to those. Manage your mental energy. And don't forget to take breaks and relax every once in a while, even if people tell you that's "wrong". It's not wrong, it's human.
Even the people experiencing the worst of these tragedies can't live in that mental space 24/7. Either they eventually go numb, or the pain eats them alive and destroys them. You have to have something to live for besides fighting, whether it's art or music or anything else.