Poem on what it means to be an African American:

I have a special walk,
a special kind of mind,
a special kind of smile,
a special kind of talk,
and I love my stuff with me.

Carlton Shell was an intelligent 9 year-old student attending Harrison Elementary School when this poem appeared.

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Sojourners Magazine July 1993
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