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Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks as US President Donald Trump listens during the daily press briefing on the Coronavirus pandemic situation at the White House on March 17, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump speaks during an event on police reform, in the Rose Garden of the White House, Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in Washington. In his work with Black teenagers, pastor and mental health caseworker Darnell Hill teaches an unofficial guide to what he calls “living while Black.” Though many Black families have their own sets of rules to navigate others’ racist assumptions, Hill says he hopes that following his “do’s and don’ts” will allow kids to survive as unscathed as possible to realize their life ambitions.

‘Let’s Just Make It Home.’ The Unwritten Rules Blacks Learn To Navigate Racism in America

Speak in short sentences. Be clear. Direct but not rude. Stay calm, even if…

Speak in short sentences. Be clear. Direct but not rude. Stay calm, even if you’re shaking inside. Never put your hands in your pockets. Make sure people can always see your hands. Try not to…

Dexamethasone tablets in a pharmacy in Cardiff, England on June 16, 2020. A man holding a yellow balloon with sadly face emoticon instead of head. Olena Zelenska, wife of Ukrainian's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, attends an online school lesson in Kyiv, Ukraine.

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