When I Realized I am a Threat to Black Men

I powered up the hill, appreciating my strong legs and body. It was a wonderful Seattle day; bright sun and crisp air. I had decided to take the train to SeaTac Airport — an invigorating walk. Drawing a big breath was as refreshing as a drink of cool water. I was consciously grateful for my robust health. Turning a corner, I headed up a steep slope. I felt the rush of my strength; I could walk up these hills for a…

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Dr. Alice Clearman

Psychologist, equestrienne, writer, reader, humorist, classical pianist, science nerd, terrible artist, gifted chocolate eater. Professional procrastinator.