The Tale of a Suburban Black Girl

By: Miela Foster One day I woke up and I realized I was black. I was born in suburban Ohio. Everywhere I looked, I saw similar houses and faces. Immersed in a sea of homogenous culture my family stuck out like a sore thumb. However, I never felt out of place in my little suburb. I […]

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