"Being called Black in America is the struggle to keep us moving and breathing over bloody water. Being a n----r or [n---a] without the context of history is like drowning in bloody water, dragging down those yet knowing to swim."
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Legendary rappers Chuck D of Public Enemy and Doug E. Fresh attend the 2013 kick-off event for Songs for a Healthier America at Symphony Space in New York City. (Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images)
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