I'm conquering my fear of guns. My fear of the police is another matter.
Nicole Phillip is The Daily Beast's Senior Social Media Editor. Her most notable work of writing, a piece for The Times on the racism she experienced in Italy during a summer abroad, earned her international recognition. Before this role, Nicole worked on the major "1619 Project" initiative as the social live stream producer, video editor, and off-platform and user-generated content editor.
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