10 Quotes From Between the World and Me That Will Change How You Think

I read Ta-Nehisi Coates’ incredibly insightful and moving book on being Black in the United States Between the World and Me recently. It really changed my thinking. Here are a few of my favorite excerpts. I hope you find them as thought-provoking as I did.

  1. “Then the mother of the murdered boy rose, turned to you, and said, “You exist. You matter. You have value. 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…

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Therapist, former philosophy major, avid reader and optimist. I write about love, philosophy, self-improvement, and more.

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Amélie Clements

Amélie Clements

Therapist, former philosophy major, avid reader and optimist. I write about love, philosophy, self-improvement, and more.

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