“You have every right to wear your hoodie, to play your music as loud as you want. You have every right to be you. And no one should deter you from being you. You have to be you. And you can never be afraid to be you."
A heart-breaking read. I almost couldn't finish it. A letter to his son about what it's like being born black, living as one, living among the people who believe they're white.
No words can do this book justice. Just (re)read it.