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This poem makes me think about student loan debt

by Teyuna Trynea Darris

I’ve been curating poems that I intend to share with my readers and students during Black History Month, and I came across a poem which sheds light about the realities of the struggles and frustrations which appear experience with debt — — including the 19th / 20th Century poet, Paul Laurence Dunbar.

Paul Launce Dunbar circa 1890




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Teyuna Darris

Teyuna Darris

I’m an educator who loves social studies, and I write poetry and prose about life, the world, education and everything in between. @TDarris on all social media.

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