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The Man Behind the Viral Letter to His White Neighbors Speaks Out

On Thursday, a Harlem-based resident, Richard Brookshire, 29, became an internet hero when he delivered the clapback to a pair of neighbors who complained that he was too loud in his own apartment. An excerpt: This letter serves a formal response to a note left by you expressing, in no uncertain terms, your intent to […]
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