Dominic Moore-Dunson's Two-Man Play

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Posted on 02/24/2020
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Dominic Moore-Dunson was conflicted about his African-American identity as a boy growing up in Akron.

Sitting around the lunch table one day at Miller South middle school, his friends were talking about what they wanted to be when they grew up. One boy said he wanted to be the next Lebron James in the NBA while another wanted to be like Michael Vick in the NFL.

"When it was my turn to say something. I said, 'Well, I want to dance in Paris or play professional soccer in England.' There's a deafening silence that went over the table and one of my friends looked at me and says, 'Bruh, that ain't black.' And all the kids started laughing," Moore-Dunson said. Read more here >>.

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