MemoirsSender: Vannni Thach
Posted On: 05/27/2009
It’s a mere memory, disheveled from the dusty hues of ugly black news that revisit my life more often than not. The ghetto, scum of the earth-- I’m reminded where I am from, though my high yellow skin and tight eyes would never resemble a child who, in all my American life, has lived in this poverty-stricken community; yet it’s true.
The grime of Camden made me strong, pumping blood to my legs so that I walked the distance to college. Determination has helped me leave Camden and succeed in my endeavor to become better, the best that I could be. Age and responsibility has brought me back to my home as I prepare to assist Camden’s investment—the students.
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