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I See You

I was excited by the racial and ethnic diversity of my neighborhood when I moved to West Philadelphia in 1989.¬† My neighbors were African-American, Asian, and white.¬† I didn’t feel safe, however, walking alone in the city at night. ¬†Encountering … Continue reading

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