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After the recent election, there may be an omnipresent fear that hovers over you about the future of our nation.

Jeanine DeHoney

You may worry about policies that were put in place under the administration of President Barak Obama to eradicate many of the ills that affected minorities/women/children/ and the underserved, no longer being there with this new administration. You may be wondering whether educational and enrichment programs and resources in your communities that were essential to nurturing your gifts and skills will still be available.

All of these are reasonable fears to have. Still, even with uncertainties looming ahead, you have to remain steadfast when it comes to moving past these fears so that it doesn’t derail your goals or dreams for your future.

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