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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Hold On to Your Homes

Black folks being pressured to sell their homes isn’t anything new, but I’m glad the issue is getting media coverage. I know several people who receive calls, letters and even knocks at the door from someone asking them if they’re interested in selling. It truly borders on harassment! We should know by their actions that our homes are truly valuable, and it’s even more reason to keep it!

Kyle Muray
Washington, D.C.

We Need Tech Protection

These ransomware attacks, Howard U the latest victim, are really becoming ridiculous. Who are these people behind these technology crimes, and what is being done about it? So much of our daily lives and well-being is hinged on security. Without it, our privacy as individuals and as a country is compromised, which can have catastrophic results. What’s being done?

Morris Russell
Washington, D.C.

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