I had the privilege and liberation to earn a degree, others around the world don't have that kind of opulence in this lifetime. Statistically, I now join the small percentage of Hispanic teenage mothers who actually graduate from college. I'm a woman with a degree. I'm a Mexican-American with a degree. I'm the daughter of two Mexican immigrants with a Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences and a minor in Psychology. Without my parents efforts and dedication to their children; my education, irrefutably, would be nonexistent.
Thank you Mom & Dad.
It has been a tedious, relentless, and lengthy journey but it's my struggle. . . and I'm damn proud of it. (Onto my Masters.)