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In America, Black deaths are not a flaw in the system. They are the system

In America, Black deaths are not a flaw in the system. They are the system thumbnail

Whether it’s police violence, poor medical care, or simply trying to breathe, we suffer from an underlying condition: racism

Too many Black people in America are dying. 

We die driving our cars. We die playing outside. We die babysitting. We die eating ice cream. We die sleeping in our own beds. We die and die and die at the hands of the police who are sworn to serve and protect us.

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