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Raising black boys with hope

Kristie Anyabwile shares her fears and where she finds comfort and refuge

Kristie Anyabwile

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My son hasn’t always known he was black. For the first seven years of his life, he primarily referred to people in shades of browns and tans, and certainly didn’t know that being black could mark him as a target.