The Thoughts Between Stories

Black on Both Sides, Vol. 25

On being a drum major for justice, bok choy, freedom based on unfreedom, and Blackness.

A graffiti mural of Martin Luther King Jr. Source: Unsplash.

Tomorrow is when white people reduce one of the most outstanding Americans into a soundbite.

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I write to explore Black personhood, the life we have built in the shadow of full citizenship. Follow me on Twitter @Established1865.

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Hal H. Harris

Hal H. Harris

Black on both sides. Medium Writers Challenge Winner. The founder of Established in 1865. I Tweet @Established1865. E-mail is hal.harris@est1865.com.

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