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Dear Black Men: I Love You and I’m Scared for You

On behalf of the women in your lives, thank you. For everything.

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I don’t have anything to say about what’s happening right now. I’m spent. All I can say, on behalf of myself and the men and women I represent, we love you. We need you. We respect you. We honor you. We love you.

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Aliya S. King

Aliya S. King

Aliya S. King is an author, freelance writer and editor.

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