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Just Another Week In The United States

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The perilousness of living while Black in the United States

These people did not have to die: “Celestine Chaney, 65, cancer survivor, churchgoer, bingo player; Roberta Drury, 32, beloved daughter and sister who moved home to help her brother fighting cancer; Andre Mackniel, 53, who stopped at Tops to buy his 3-year-old son a birthday cake; Katherine ‘Kat’…




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