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Andre

200531 | My black students, Ibram X. Kendi, and what our job must be.

Hello from the ravine.

Above: ‘Mary Comforter of the Afflicted’ by Kehinde Wiley (Stained glass, 2016)

*Names altered for privacy*

Andre wears a hoodie instead of the uniform. He is tall and friendly, and often rests his head in class, but will perk up if a…

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A weekly letter on art, music, books, teaching, writing, and the ravine behind my house. Delivered Sundays.

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E.E. Demore

E.E. Demore

Educator and essayist.

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