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‘I Am a Minority, I Am a Patriot’ – Youth reflect on patriotism in 2017

Young people of color in Richmond reflect on what it means to be a patriot at a time when President Donald Trump’s administration is pushing policies to lessen immigration and sharpen law enforcement authority.  For some, patriotism means being ready to fight and for others it means being ready to protest.  “Anybody who loves their country so much that they feel the need to rebel against its own government to seek justice is a patriot.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.


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This entry was posted on March 5, 2017 by in Commentary, Interview, Richmond Pulse and tagged , , .

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