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Raising My Black Daughter in a Post-Racial America

February is Black History Month. I’ve never thought much about it because as my friend’s recent Instagram post put it “I’m Black Every Month.” Growing up, my parents taught us about successful black men and women on a daily basis; they did not wait until February for us to learn about people that look like […]
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