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How Do You Have ‘The Talk’ About Surviving an Encounter With the Police?

The conversation no black father wants to have with his son but must.

Photo by Andre Hunter on Unsplash

“Son, sit down, we need to have the talk,” my husband said. Everyone sitting in my living room instinctively knew what the talk was. A conversation between a father and his teenage son.




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Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker is a great-grandmother, creator of Middle-Pause, STOMP!, MPM Publishing, and editing a 4-book anthology. Contact her at middlepause51@gmail.com.

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