Brunswick’s Libré Jones shares stories from her heritage, including what it was like adoring a grandmother who was also “unequivocally racist.”
Under lockdown, a new tradition has spread from one Brunswick office to another: At day’s end, a colleague sends a short essay to his or her working-from-home office mates. These are funny, sad, inspirational and philosophical notes, often sprinkled with favorite recipes and TV shows. The Review is selecting a few to share with a larger audience. On June 4, Libré Jones, an Executive Assistant, shared this with her New York colleagues.