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    Looking for the Body: JonBenet Ramsey, Super Predators, & Missing Black Children

    By Myles E. Johnson @hausmuva

    In 1996, Hillary Clinton made the speech that includes her now infamous “super predators” line; a line that has echoed in the past year as a phrase specifically used to criminalize black youth. What also happened in 1996 is JonBenet Ramsey was brutally killed in her own home at the age of six-years-old and this event fascinated the American public. The echoes of these two events are still culturally heard today.

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    A Reading of "A Seat at the Table" as a Revival for Black Millennials

    By Ron E. Lynch, Jr. @atlasrey

    Our parents and grandparents have spent lifetimes trying to find the good and God in every damned situation that Black Americans have endured over the course of America’s reign of terror. And for a brief stint of our adolescents, we, the Black youth of the millennium, in some way, have feverishly tried to continue the traditions of those who stood over us. Despite our best efforts, we were never enough. We were never quite respectable enough or religious enough or man or woman enough. We never mastered the ability to be their dream despite our lived nightmares.

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