Being young and educated carries weight, like you’ve got the whole world at your fingertips. But being young, black, and educated comes with its own weight. And it’s almost too heavy to
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Dear high school acquaintance. We may share a lot of [NOUN] about politics, but your [ADJECTIVE] expectations turn me into a very MAD LIBeral.
Voting is easy, like the ABCs/ So don’t mess it up, we beg of you, please/ Erin wrote a poem so don’t miss the boat/ Today is the day! Go out and VOTE!