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Black man's burden - Los Angeles Times

Article sharing a mother's experience as her 13 year old son explains how he is aware of the subtles of racism and has learned how to alleviate others uneasieness near a tall, black teenager.

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Racism

  • Jan 27, 2011
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A well written article from a mother's point of view as her teenage son tells of his awareness of the unease white people show towards him as he rides the public transportation in his city.
Judy Belk shares her concerns about racism as it affects her son in an easy to read yet insightful essay. Many articles on racism have an underlying anger or intensity. This writer is able to convey her love and caring in a way that it touches ones heart and opens our eyes. 

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I am a wife, married to my husband, Ken, since 1975, the mother of three adult children and a grandmother to two adorable grandsons. I was a "stay at home" mother who found ways to be self employed … more
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At some point, most African American men experience a painful social initiation. My son Ryan was 13 when his came. At the time, we were living in Oakland. I worked across the bay in downtown San
http://articles.latimes.com/2011/jan/16/opin...belk-black-men-20110116
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