Memoirs of a Liberated Belle

By:Lakecia Easley “I am a product of an invisible veil of regional ignorance, self-imposed and systematically conflated — an ignorance that violently separated and crippled me from my truth. The result of which left me weakened; unable to critically question the environment that created me; unable to seek the necessary motivation pursuant to the study […]

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