“Being a Black woman raising a Black girl takes a level of dedication that is both frightening, yet magical.  Those who identify as Black women and girls don’t always get space to simply just be.  As I consider the ways I raise my daughter and what she is exposed to, I’ve also had to be introspective about my own life experiences and how they have shaped me as an adult and mother.” by Crystal Everett

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