Make Wakanda Real by Embracing Your African Roots

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Growing up a Ghanaian-American in Central Massachusetts during the 1980’s was a constant series of “firsts.” I checked boxes identifying myself as ‘first-generation’ American. I was the first of child of my African immigrant parents to take ballet and gymnastic classes. I was their first Girl Scout, first overpriced…

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