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Serena Williams Writes Impassioned Post About the Dangers of Driving While Black

Click here for reuse options! The tennis star fears for her nephew at the wheel when the police show up. Tennis star Serena Williams has taken to her Facebook page to discuss her despair over the treatment of African-Americans by police and her fear for her young male relatives. For Williams, the seemingly mundane request to her teenaged nephew to drive her somewhere is fraught, because driving while black can be dangerous.
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