#Authentic: Representation

I grew up in an era in American history where I rarely saw “me” in the media. Occasionally in magazines or books, every blue moon on tv (usually on the news in a negative light) and restricted to a paragraph or two in textbooks.  I knew and understood what “flesh colored” meant in a box …

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