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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Rest in Power

What a wonderfully penned tribute to the great Chadwick Boseman by D. Kevin McNeir. I personally get triggered seeing the constant “dead at 43,” so I’m grateful that you took a different approach to the horrid news of such an icon. We appreciate you.

Fatima Reynolds
Washington, D.C.

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Happy to read about the HIV rates declining in the District. For a long time, D.C. had such an ugly stigma attached to HIV. The stigma had a major impact on residents and even more so those living with the virus. Prevention campaigns and programming need to continue. It’s working!

Beatrice Smalls
Laurel, Md.

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