Quarantine Boredom Is A Privilege

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In the projects, no one really cares about you or your well-being. Self-sacrifice is the norm.

I remember summers when the lights would go out. We’d all have the electricity out for blocks. Taking sleeping bags and blankets out to the porch, or sleeping with the main door open and screen-door locked were standards. Sometimes, it would be days.

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LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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LaShana Lewis

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LaShana is CEO and Founder of L. M. Lewis Consulting, a business dedicated to offering diversity, nonprofit, and technology consulting services.

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