My Fathers and Hip-Hop Taught Me About Self-Care as A Black Man
If cancer and trauma are hereditary, is it not my responsibility to do everything in my power to ensure neither my children nor I have to suffer?
Jesse Bernard is a writer & photographer based in London and Brooklyn. He is currently a contributing editor for TRENCH and is working on his debut collection of cultural essays. His work can be found at jessebernard.com.
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