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Black Love Is More Revolutionary Than Ever

Love has sustained us through generations of systemic oppression

A photo of a black woman resting her head on the shoulder of a black man who is looking at the camera.
Photo: Kyle Monk/Getty Images

There is a movement sweeping the nation that will change the course of history. Amid a perfect storm of events, including a viral pandemic and the extrajudicial killings of unarmed Black people by the police, people in the United States have been…

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Feminista Jones

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