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In the wake of Trayvon Martin’s death, the hoodie takes on a greater meaning – The Root DC Live – The Washington Post

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I bought my first hoodie as an act of casual defiance. I was just shy of 18 when I bought the hooded sweatshirt — a metallic silver thing that cost about $10 on the Aeropostale clearance rack — to take with me to Northwestern University in the Chicago suburbs, knowing my parents would be worried when they saw it.

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