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I met my interviewee at East Side University Community Learning Center where shes currently attaining her GED from A single glance at her face unravels many layers of her adversities that she had suffered from Her face lined with wrinkles tooth less smile and mystifying ambitious eyes defines the outlook of my subject Her name is Susan Carter a 39 year old low-income African American Not long was it when she unraveled her story of her past that she had set behind Filled with raged and guiltiness of her wrong doings in early day has what caused her to be in such position Born in an immense generational poverty she never had the guidance or financial means to continue her education further Being young and curious she unfortunately took a route that was set for disaster It all began when she dropped out of junior high in 6th grade and began to hang out with friends that were also set for doom She began by partying with her friends and trying out various hazardous substances Her first sip of beer she exclaimed tasted nasty but as she recalls I just wanted to fit in and enjoy the life like them Nonetheless did she know at the time that this would perpetuate into a serious obsession of hers Later came from the same source of friends in teenage years a potent narcotic marijuana Teenage life was real dark ages of her life where her serious addiction to narcotics had landed her multiple times in hospitals prisons and even at times left her homeless Her siblings were also deeply involved in obsession of becoming high Her struggle to gain cash for her addiction was over whelming for many of the people around her to which she had assaulted many times Desperate to fill her addiction she would blindly snatch money to purchase narcotics This had serious affect to her health and to her relationship with her
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