Just because you might be born into poverty, doesn’t mean you have to stay in poverty. Their many success stories of African-Americans overcoming severe poverty and live prosperous lives. This painting depicts silhouette abstract images of two young brothers. The older brother is holding his younger brother in his lap. The portion of a wooden born inside the silhouette represents growing up in the countryside in extreme poverty. The sunrise presents a better tomorrow. My parents and many of my relatives were reared on farms that they didn’t own (my mother parents were share croppers) or worked on the farms for low wages. They left the farm life to pursue better employment.
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