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“I’m a child of Nigerian immigrants. With that comes the constant balance of navigating a dual identity with two countries that have shown — within months of each other — their lack of care for Black life and Black dignity.”

In her story “Why All of Us Should Care about #EndSARS,ZORA contributor Antoinette Isama reminds readers that young Nigerian activists need help to fight the international battle to end police brutality.

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