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What is a Black Life Worth to Society: A Year Later

So, we are now a year (well year is almost done) after the murders and protests of Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd — so many others because that’s reality.

In that time I’ve learned, analyzed, ruminated, and got reminded about society and constantly coming back to the same question I’ve asked throughout life; so what is the worth of a Black

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I bat for PoCs, marginalized, equality, inclusion & geekdom. I'm warming the bench until coach subs me in. https://linktr.ee/jeffreyrousseau

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Jeffrey Rousseau

Jeffrey Rousseau

I bat for PoCs, marginalized, equality, inclusion & geekdom. I'm warming the bench until coach subs me in. https://linktr.ee/jeffreyrousseau

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