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I’ve Never Felt Safe Enough to Enjoy Halloween

Because being Black in certain spaces is scary enough

Photo: Iuliia Bondar/Getty Images

America is a country divided, and let’s face it: Black people often celebrate Halloween in a different way than White people do. Momentum takes a week-long look at #HalloweenWhileBlack.




Momentum is a blog that captures and reflects the moment we find ourselves in, one where rampant anti-Black racism is leading to violence, trauma, protest, reflection, sorrow, and more. Momentum doesn’t look away when the news cycle shifts.

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