Essay: Mother’s Day
Featured in Family Circle | Mother’s Day 2019

From the introduction:

When I turned 18, it didn’t occur to me to put myself in my mom’s shoes. As an official grown-up, I was focused instead on college and the future. I had beaten the odds that are too often cast over a black girl’s life when she’s born to a young working-class single mother.”

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