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Teresa Younger is an educator who is still developing her own brand of enlightenment, is passionate about Black American life and making it better.

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Remembering my Father

By Teresa Younger •  Given the deep divides apparent in society today, it is refreshing to re-read Poet Laurent Maya Angelou’s “Human Family” poem as a reminder of our endless similarities. “Human Family” was featured in an Apple ad during the 2016 Summer Olympics, a world event that draws spectators by the million. Sports have … Continue reading Remembering my Father

Is it Open Season on Natural Hair?

By Teresa Younger •  Complete with unsolicited comments,touching attempts from strangers, and pressure to do away with your coils right now, or you risk the shame of being prevented from attending your graduation or losing gainful employment? Is natural hair controversy a real thing? How have generations dealt with this constant problem?  My news feed … Continue reading Is it Open Season on Natural Hair?