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Black History Month

“Legally Black”

“Legally Black” By: Fontaine Wilson I remember my senior year of high school, I had just received my acceptance letter to my #1 college choice. I was beyond excited and couldn’t wait to tell my parents. Then my mother let me know we couldn’t afford it. I was crushed. I had worked so hard in school, always on the honor roll, AP classes, and one of the top students in my class, only to be…

E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus Unum By: Chuck Tyler Before I tell you what inspires me to be a part of Black History Month now, I want to tell you this. My parents separated on my sixth birthday, and I remember riding with my dad to live with his parents, my grandparents. My grandparents were married for 46 years, so you can imagine the pain we all felt when my grandmother passed away from cancer. My grandfather lost his best…

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