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Aisha Harris is a Brow Beat assistant.
She is a graduate student at New York University and lives in Brooklyn.
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The Slate's Aisha Harris said, 'just because our relationship and understanding of him evolved as his persona became more feminine and his skin tone more pale, that doesn't mean he was a fundamentally different person.'
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Slate's Aisha Harris on how the song has been perfect for a year of protest and unrest