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English never came easy to me. In fact, until I heard myself speaking during a video I filmed for an english project in my 8th grade of school, I thought that I still had that weird African Accent, despite being a brown girl. There was nowhere to fit in, I was Micronesian, but my hair was curly and I didn’t speak the language, or I was Cape Verdean but my skin was too caramel and my hair not curly enough. Or maybe I was just American; But my skin was not white, nor was it black. There was always confusion running through me, from judgement of my appearance by family, to dealing with my mother’s depression. The roller coaster of a childhood that I went through, created my love of writing. It was a way to output the boiling feelings from within.

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