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Chapter 8: If I Grow Up | Pages 146 – 149
A Special Tribute: To African-American Males’ Plight and the Feeling of Hopelessness… From a Young Age
Dr. Hattie N. Washington
“If I grow up.” That line has struck a chord with me since the day I heard it. From a young age, we are encouraged to think of what job we want to do when we grow up. What contribution do we wish to make to the world? We are asked that question before we even learn how to tie our shoelaces. I had asked that question countless times at Aunt Hattie’s Place, but on one summer evening, after eating a spaghetti dinner with my foster sons, I didn’t get the answer of historically respectable professions—a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer—that I normally had gotten in the past. The response was, “If I grow up.” READ MORE
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