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Mortality and Mothers — Effects of Ostracism Over Generations

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  A New York Times article about the mortality rate of Black mothers gives shocking credence to the concept of generational trauma; its injury is real and more harmful than we think. It also helps me to understand why I’ve been unable to write a post in awhile. An aspect of depression had settled into […]

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Stopped by the Cops

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The tire was flat so we pulled over.  We had seen the police about a half mile back and knew they would join us. We were polite and so were they–I with my white hair and my friend with his locks. I called Triple A since my jack was not in the car with the […]

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