Media Outlets Routinely Present a Distorted Picture of Communities of Color. It’s Time For a Change.

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I grew up on the west side of Atlanta in one of the roughest neighborhoods in the city.

I attended predominantly black, inner-city Atlanta public schools, where walking through a metal detector for entrance was mandatory. Throughout my childhood, I witnessed drug addictions, teen pregnancies and extreme poverty, none of which were ever shocking to me.

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