To an African-American coming of age in the late 1970s, there seemed two certainties: Nelson Mandela would die in prison in apartheid South Africa and no black person would become U.S. president in his lifetime. So much for youthful predictions.
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Every year, almost 100 volunteer decorators show up at the White House to spend five days stringing garlands and hanging ornaments.
How do young adults who successfully move out overcome adversities?
"For a few years I was self-medicating with drugs and alcohol."