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Racial Wealth Gap and Education

“The Lesson” by Bambara, “Everyday Use,” by Alice, “How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl, or Halfie,” by Juno share an inner connection that makes them sew a big picture that explains how society ranks you based on your social class, level of education, and race. Also, they show how it is like to be from a disadvantaged background and […]

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Preserved Heritage

I was having dinner with my mother, Mama, at the table in the backyard of our house. The backyard is the only piece that retains the house ancient history after the house burned down ten years ago. The burn scars that the accident left on my skin still hurting me as it happened yesterday. The scars don’t hurt physically, it hurt emotionally. The […]

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