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HE JUNE 15 COVER BY THE artist Titus Kaphar was heart-wrenching, but his piece inside should be required reading for all Americans. His poem brilliantly and searingly captures the grief, fear and fury of living in an America where Black lives are lost all too frequently because of inequities in health care, education, policing and the criminal justice system. It is time

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