Writer, educator, and mother, Tracey M. Lewis-Giggetts, describes the shared laughter with her 8-year-old daughter. “That’s a necessary form of resistance because it clearly punches the lights out of the pervasive dehumanization we encounter every day. . . . it’s hard not to believe that the only real and lasting weapon I have as a black mother is to circumvent these generations-long traumas with generational joy.” Read her complete essay by clicking here.