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Mom Said I Could As young children our moms and dads would reward us for our actions or punish us However for some kids a reward may have been a new toy being taken out to their favorite restaurant or a privelage At the time of adolescence a privelage may have been dtaying up past your bedtime to whatch a movie or sleeping over a friends house Whatever it was you were allowed to do something that someone else could not Years passed on and the privelages were not as recognizable They actually seemed limited and the things that used to be special no longer were Like in school when young kids answereing a question right seemed like the most important thing Now as young adults we tend to hide by sitting in the back of the classroom slouched down in your chair When the teacher now begins to look for a volunteer you bury your head in a book or magazine Many people say it is because as a black male or female we are inferior stupid and educationg us is a waste of time Even though our spirits may have been broken by what others said mom and dad were there to tell us differently In the book Mom Im Black by Sandra D Diers she discusses stereotypes and privelages of young black children who have become succesful black adults Now my young black son many people may taunt you and put you down but listen to me and remember these words I tell you When you leave this house to attend college educate your mind spirit and soul Do not just learn but absorb You are so lucky and yes even privelaged to be able to further extend your education So excell and succeed Not only is developing your mind important but develop your physical strength You have been blesses with a true talent in football but if you dont have
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