I Do See Color
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I Do See Color

Has technology improved financial literacy for black youth?

Board games, boy crushes and my rebellion against money talk

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When Christmastime came around in my preteen and teenage years, I’d already prepared my list. “The Babysitter’s Club,” “Fear Street” and “Goosebumps” books made it to the top. Then there were specific board games: “Dream Phone” (a game about narrowing down which…

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We are not ashamed of our melanin, and we know you “see” it. Just don’t discriminate and disrespect us because of it.

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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