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Reckoning with Black Body Justice

Remembering Ahmaud Arbery in the aftermath of his killers sentencing

Ahmaud’s family walks out in unison after his killers are sentenced to life in prison on January 7th, 2022 | Photo Courtesy of Chicago Tribune

“Ahmaud had dark skin that glistened in the sunlight like gold. He had thick, coily hair and he would often like to twist it. Ahmaud had a broad nose … He was tall with an athletic build. He enjoyed running and had an appreciation for…




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