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How One Percent Makes All The Difference In The World

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June 8, 2021 BY Kwaisi France
Violet Gray is a stand-up comic, podcaster and occasional freestyle rapper native to the Baltimore area. A frequent performer at board game, science fiction, and anime conventions Violet approaches comedy from the perspective of a trans nerd of color, and all of the social and political implications that come with it.
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