An American Tragedy
Chapter Eight: A Letter to My Son
A Letter to My Son
TIMOTHY J. LENSMIRE
When Manny sent the invitation to me to contribute to the book on Trayvon Martin, I didn’t want to do it. Part of my reluctance was certainly my usual sluggishness and fear when approaching the page and having to write. Part of it was trying to stay focused on the book that I am struggling to write on White racial identity and racism, based on the interviews I did with White people back home, nearby your grandma and grandpa, in rural Wisconsin.
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