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Growing up as a Black person, we hear these stories like poor Emmett’s and they are cautionary, illuminating a gut wrenching truth: people who hate you don’t care about how young you are. They will harm you just the same.




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Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese

Whitney Alese is a writer & podcaster. Featured in WIRED Magazine (Sept 2020) & I-D Magazine (Dec. 2021) She is based in Philadelphia.

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