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“And I was alone, had been for a while, and might be for a while, but it no longer frightened me the way it had. I was discovering something terrifyingly simple: there was absolutely nothing I could do about it.” — James Baldwin

“People find it very difficult to act on what they know. To act is to be committed, and to be committed is to be in danger.”― James Baldwin

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