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For Chambers Feature: Patrice R. Jenkins - Black Teacher Magic

For Chambers Feature: Patrice R. Jenkins - Black Teacher Magic

"Always trust in God and trust in the power of who you have become. Do not let the cares and troubles of this world take you away from your purpose. Self-reflect daily and remember it's okay to edit yourself in preparation for a better version of what God will have you to do."

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For Chambers Feature: Will Austin - Pursuing a Dream in New York City

For Chambers Feature: Will Austin - Pursuing a Dream in New York City

"I love being part of the queer community and its wonderful to wear apparel that showcases my pride. I always see people reading my shirt when I wear it, and it makes me smile."

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Silence at night

Silence at night

Silence at night (A Poem)

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For Chambers Feature: Jessie McCrary - Quilting and Writing in the ATL

For Chambers Feature: Jessie McCrary - Quilting and Writing in the ATL

"I see all my experiences (especially mistakes and missteps!) as informing who and where I am. I try not to subscribe to regrets and definitely don't dwell on the past."

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Good People Say No Too

Good People Say No Too

People come to you with their troubles, asking you for favors, and in an effort for you to continue being a good person, you continue to say "yes." Without realizing it, each time you agree to something, you pour a little (or a lot) of yourself out into that person or project. In my opinion, the only way to combat this habit of saying yes is to understand that keeping yourself available doesn’t make you a good person. And, saying no doesn’t make you a bad person.

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