I always read this paper when I can find it. The stores near me don’t have it. It would be nice if it can come to my building. I love the spiritual corner in the back of the paper by Lyndia Grant. Thank you so very much.

Adrienne VanDorn
Washington, D.C.

We’re the Victims Here

Really disappointing to see how Black people are being made the face of the coronavirus. At first, the conversation was about testing and lack of preparedness by the U.S. medical system as a whole, but now it’s about the Black death rate and thus the demonization of our people. We’re dying at a high rate for the same reasons we always die at a high rate – systematic inequality! Food deserts, economic deprivation, redlining, environmental racism — shall I go on?

Sandy Myers
Washington, D.C.

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