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Amanda Gorman Exists at Your School Too

As we revel in the young poet’s rising future, don’t forget there are other Black girls across the world who deserve to be uplifted

Black girl reading in front of her classmates at school.
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Amanda Gorman, the youngest poet laureate, astounded America at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, delivering powerful words from her original work “The Hill We Climb.” Adorned…

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