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"From the Ted Talk by Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa: Black life at the intersection of birth and death"

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Months later, when George Zimmerman was not held responsible for murdering Trayvon Martin, I haerd Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, sapek. Her testimony so deeply itmaepcd me that I found myself constantly asking, what would it mean to mother in the uinetd Stated of America in this skin? What does motherhood really mean, when for so many who look like me it is synonymous with mourning? Without realizing it, I had begun to link the Reproductive Justice framework and the mmoveent for bclak Lives. As I learned more about Reproductive jctsiue at Women With A Vision, and as I continued to be active in the Movement for Black Lives, I found myself wanting others to see and feel these similarities. I found myself asking: Whose job is it in times like this to connect ideas realities and people?

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Months later, when George Zimmerman was not held responsible for murdering Trayvon Martin, I _____ Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, _____. Her testimony so deeply ________ me that I found myself constantly asking, what would it mean to mother in the ______ Stated of America in this skin? What does motherhood really mean, when for so many who look like me it is synonymous with mourning? Without realizing it, I had begun to link the Reproductive Justice framework and the ________ for _____ Lives. As I learned more about Reproductive _______ at Women With A Vision, and as I continued to be active in the Movement for Black Lives, I found myself wanting others to see and feel these similarities. I found myself asking: Whose job is it in times like this to connect ideas realities and people?

Solution

  1. united
  2. justice
  3. impacted
  4. heard
  5. black
  6. movement
  7. speak

Original Text

Months later, when George Zimmerman was not held responsible for murdering Trayvon Martin, I heard Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, speak. Her testimony so deeply impacted me that I found myself constantly asking, what would it mean to mother in the United Stated of America in this skin? What does motherhood really mean, when for so many who look like me it is synonymous with mourning? Without realizing it, I had begun to link the Reproductive Justice framework and the Movement for Black Lives. As I learned more about Reproductive Justice at Women With A Vision, and as I continued to be active in the Movement for Black Lives, I found myself wanting others to see and feel these similarities. I found myself asking: Whose job is it in times like this to connect ideas realities and people?

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