I checked out the latest WI Bridge, which was the Black Love issue and I was thoroughly impressed. Even though I am not a millennial, I enjoyed reading about what dating is like for the youth and what matters to them. I especially enjoyed the story of the young brothers in the story by Akil Wilson, “Talking Love at the Line.” I felt as if I was right there with them. The pictures were outstanding. The Informer and subsequently the Bridge continues to impress me. I can’t wait to see what you all do next.

John Gee
Fort Washington, Md.

Seeing the World Through the Editor’s Eyes

Every week I look forward to reading your editor D. Kevin McNeir’s column. Every time I read it, I walk away with something to think about or reflect on. When I get to the end of the column, I must say I get disappointed, because it flows as if I’m listening to him versus reading and I want to keep going. I love how he tackles tough topics, even sharing his own personal experiences to show that issues such as sexual assault, racism and discrimination have touched everyone. I’ve also found myself laughing out loud at his commentary. Keep being authentic, editor, I look forward to it every week!

Kaily Green
Washington, D.C.

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