The Educated Birth
Everything about the decision was risky. In the few years following graduation, Cheyenne had built experience in various spheres of the non-profit sector; she had tackled sizable projects in the communications and marketing spheres; she even became a freelancer and a doula. Yet, as a young, black female, she had quickly grown aware of the obstacles that stood between her and the impact she longed to make. After trying to break through in established non-profits, she was about to take a bold step on her own.
On which you've staked your life
“If I can imagine a thing, does it exist?” The slim, well-kept man gazed out the window as the words slipped from his mouth like syrup. His fingers rested intertwined on the dark chestnut desk, illuminated by a sole antique lamp.