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18 year old exceptional boy emerges Valedictorian at High School, wins $700000 in scholarships, set further studies at Harvard

The first Black male valedictorian of Westfield High School in Houston, Texas, an extraordinary 18-year-old lad who will continue his education at Harvard University in the United States.

The young American of African descent aspires to motivate other young Black men to work hard and never give up in pursuing their dreams.

“My story specifically can help other young Black men to know that just because society may say one thing about you, or there may be a stigma or stereotype that surrounds being a Black man, doesn’t necessarily mean you’re confined to that,” Tatum told Fox 26 News.

“I have an award named after me in SpringISD titled the Tatum Award for Young Authors, and after being accepted to 7 Ivy Leagues and Stanford, Rice, UCLA, and UC Berkeley, I have the privilege of attending Harvard in the fall. But it wasn’t easy” He added

Tatum has received scholarships totaling more than $700,000 and has been accepted to a number of colleges, including Ivy League institutions.

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