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Honoring Friendship With a Playlist

Creating a repository of jams helps us sustain meaningful relationships

Black woman listening to music on headphones at home.
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A few days ago, my dear friend, Sabrina Ford, texted me about building a playlist with her. She described it as “the cutest friend activity” and insisted “we need to do one.” I was sold instantly. Friendship in the time of Covid is challenging. So any activity to help maintain it is…

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Christina M. Tapper

Christina M. Tapper

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