That was a gut punch everyone needs. At minimum as a booster shot from reading The Hate U Give. This book puts you in Moss' underfunded school that still has money to pilot horrifying sounding projects with the police, who do not have a hot track record with Moss' family let alone his community. The diversity of voices, in ethnicity, abilities, sexuality and gender, is rich but just as part of the tapestry of the story and no special attention is called since this is all just life to them. And it is life to us too, maybe not you personally but it's there.

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