There Is Reason for Black Women to Fear Traffic Stops
by Wendi C. Thomas | August 23, 2016 10:24 am
Photo credits to Luca Venturi.
Originally published on The Undefeated.
Not long after I arrived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, last August for a yearlong fellowship, a friend back in Memphis, Tennessee, asked me how I liked the city.
I raved about the city’s walkability and the beauty of Boston’s subways. Compared with Memphis’ horribly inefficient bus systems, the T is a mass-transit marvel.
Memphis, I told my friend, was still home, but Cambridge felt like freedom. I couldn’t articulate exactly what I meant until I moved back to Memphis earlier this month.
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