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Police gather around protesters after the fatal police shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, N.C., in September

WE’RE LIVING IN A MOMENT when the challenges facing black folks are becoming more visible. Thanks to cell phones and social media, the entire nation can now see for itself what black folks have been talking about for years—the pain of injustice, the consequences of negative stereotypes.

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