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The Fire and Rage of Black America Lives Within Me

I’m tired because Black people continue to be killed disproportionately and nothing ever changes

Photo: Zave Smith/Getty Images

My 15-month-old Ghananian American nephew is the closest thing to perfection I’ve ever laid eyes on. We call him “the King” because he’s got us wrapped around his chubby little fingers. I’m a proud auntie who loves…

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Tiffany Amoakohene

Tiffany Amoakohene

Writer living in Boston. Risk-taking, lifelong learning storyteller, marching to the beat of my own drum. Twitter @TAmoakohene and Insta@mariposa19781

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