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“Lies My Teacher Told Me” Let’s Talk

Listen to Dr. James Loewen talk about how his book came about. Continue reading

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GIFTS OF THE VILLAGE   Shelby floated across the stage with elegance and grace, just as the ladies of her family had taught her.  She was absolutely gorgeous under normal circumstances, and this night, she was the most beautiful young woman in the world.  Shelby was finally graduating high school and I was so proud … Continue reading

“What’s a Dollar More A Week.”

Dollars and sense! Continue reading

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Quincy Jones Gives Back To His Community

Putting his overseas’ experience to work: Returned Peace  Corps Volunteer Quincy Jones What a way to give back to the community you live in. Quincy Jones truly puts his Peace Corps experience to use back at home for the benefit of his community. Quincy grew up in Osborn, then headed off to Michigan State University. … Continue reading

My Brother’s Keeper: A New White House Initiative to Empower Boys and Young Men of Color

My Brother’s Keeper: A New White House Initiative to Empower Boys and Young Men of Color

August Wilson Monologue Competition

August Wilson Monologue Competition “Your heart flutters. Fear and excitement run through your bones. You walk on to the stage then suddenly the spot light shines on your face. As you adjust your eyes you begin to embrace the actor within.” As Atlanta’s Prominent Theater Company, Kenny Leon’s  is proud to present their 8th Annual … Continue reading


Greater By Alika Turner Growth and maturity has no gender Trials and tribulations has no race Suffrage has no age Striving for GREATER is accepted among all ages Hold yourself accountable for your own future Be okay with allowing others to lead For some of the GREATEST leaders have followed at least once Have no … Continue reading

Imagine Life

Imagine Life Imagine Life  At the beginning  At the brink of human creations A clean slate for all of humanity  Brand new destiny  No sins to regret  Imagine life  Where there are green trees on every street  Blossoming flowers in every season No killing No abandonment  Children’s lives spared for the greater Families raising families … Continue reading

The Disappearing Black Man on HBCU Campuses

Originally posted on My Quest To Teach:
HBCU The Disappearing Black Man on HBCU Campuses A new school year is beginning for HBCU’s, students are preparing to return to schools in August across our nation. Students and their families are shopping, packing and scheduling for college or university trips to HBCU campuses either close to…

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