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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The Natural State of Things

I loved the story “Equestrian Program Helps Young People Battle Depression During Pandemic” by Sam P.K. Collins. I’ve always been an advocate of the healing powers of the outdoors from yoga, hiking, swimming, bike riding and everything else in between. I’m glad that children are able to get out and be in nature to get through this trying time.

Marlana Lamberg
Washington, D.C.

Both Sides of the Aisle

The Black Republicans story really opened my eyes to a lot of things involving identity politics. I think that Black people should be Republicans if they so choose. I don’t understand why they get so much flack when both parties are questionable if you ask me. Maybe if there are more Black Republicans, Black people could really gain some political leverage. Just a thought.

Stephen Kirkland
Hyattsville, Md.

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