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“Shackles”

Orange¬†bands chained to¬†your ankles Purple and gray shoe. The association rankles. Bondage. Not for you. Step away. (Based on Austin Considine’s “When Sneakers and Race Collide“, New York Times, June 20, 2012.)

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