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Reimagine liberation

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By Shayler Richmond
 
 
Social media hasn’t always been the safest place to be angry, sad, or grieve, but the happenings of 2020 have exacerbated all of America’s inequities, simultaneously coronavirus has pushed much of our community into virtual spaces — some activists and artists have developed effective ways of using social media to reach people as the systemic racial crisis continues to unfold, the writer and creative director of “We Ask for Fire,” W.J. Lofton, is one.

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