From the perspective of a Black Woman…

Disclaimer:An old teacher of mine from Southwest Guildford High School posted the picture below. The comments from his friends were angry over Colin K. kneeling in protest of police brutality. I was the only person who  could explain from the perspective of a person of color, so I wanted to make sure that my response … Continue reading From the perspective of a Black Woman…

20 years later…

In just about every high school you can find someone who fits into your typical categories: The jocks, the cheerleaders, the popular kids and the class clowns, the student government kids, the drama nerds, the band geeks, the chorus girls/guys, the loners, the stoners, the emo crowd, the weirdo’s and the ones that seemed to … Continue reading 20 years later…

Words Hurt

Words Hurt The Words Hurt campaign brings awareness of Bullying through the things that are being said, which is something that I think all of us can relate to.  Gay, Straight, Bi, Transgender, Black, White, Old, Young, it makes no difference who you are, where you come from or what you stand for. Words Hurt … Continue reading Words Hurt