Black Man with Hands on Head

Wrestling Identity

I have not always been “Black.” Before I moved to the United States, I did not give much consideration to what Blackness meant. The concept

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Our Dictionaries Have Holes

Our living room conversations could be intense.  Emotional.  There was discomfort.  Silence. That Sunday afternoon, I sat in the living room facing my West African

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