Kimberly Gill has candid conversation with black mothers about having ‘the talk’ with their children
DETROIT – “In the moments before George Floyd’s life was ending, one of the last things he did was call for his mother. I’m a mother and there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t look at my son and wonder how much longer I have before he begins to lose his innocence. When will people see him as a threat? And, ultimately, when will I have to have ‘the talk?’” -- Kimberly Gill
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