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Hey, Black Person: Who are you going to be?

In the pursuit of self-acceptance, wealth and growth, the afro-diasporan community will also be on a
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Hey, Black Person: Who are you going to be?
By The Afropole • Issue #41 • View online
In the pursuit of self-acceptance, wealth and growth, the afro-diasporan community will also be on a simultaneous journey of self-identity. Who are we, really? How can we define ourselves with our passions and our craft? This week, we are curating the stories of black men and women who are finding themselves in what they love.
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