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When I was in the sixth grade, I got paid for embracing diversity.
In the interest of full disclosure, it wasn’t real money. Our school’s form of currency was the “Ram Buck,” a pink index card marked with an imprint of our mascot and used to award students for “good” character and behavior.
Counselors would roam the halls, awarding good Samaritans at random.
If you packed carrots in your lunch, you got a Ram Buck.
Bring a book to read during study hall? One Ram Buck.
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