Poverty and Hopelessness by Bicultural Mom
“Things aren’t as bad as they could be.” That’s what you hear, but when you’re a kid, it doesn’t always feel that way. You get used to going without. You get used to people telling you what you’re worth. And after a while, you begin to believe it.
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ABOUT Chantilly (Bicultural Mom): Chantilly Patiño is the publisher of several websites for multicultural families, including Multicultural Familia, Multicultural Bloggers and Bicultural Mom. She is an activist for social change and writes avidly about feminism, racism and multicultural life. She works from home as a Brand Strategist and Web Designer, and currently serves as the Digital Media Director for ELLA Leadership Institute.
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