Although Black history in America is marked with the brutality and inhumanity of slavery, there’s also a tenacity — the will, passion, and ability to dream. Stories and African proverbs guide us to show resilience and pride, and characterize faith is. A youth commentator writes about her maverick ancestors, on Richmond Pulse.
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