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ESPN’s Jemele Hill Posted a Racist Letter From a Listener on Twitter

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ESPN’s Jemele Hill posed a racist letter from a listener on Twitter.  Jemele Hill is an African American female sports analyst and columnist who holds her own in a male dominated arena.  Today she revealed one of the most racist letters ever.

The listener was upset about Jemele Hill guest hosting on the show ‘The Herd’ and decided to let her and ESPN know all about it.

No one in America thinks that racism is over but reminders of it’s existence are never good.  I really hope that one day we can get past race and start enjoying each other.  Jemele Hill was able to make fun of the hurtful letter with her followers.

Check out the letter below and remember, people who hand-write letters strange.

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