I remember peeking into the teachers’ lounge when I was an elementary student and saw something that literally rocked my world. To be honest, it sort of messed with my head for a long time. I discovered that my 3rd grade teacher smoked cigarettes!! It wasn’t a big deal that my dad smoked, but Mrs. Sinclair?? Noooo! I might be dating… Read more →
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Doing the Right Thing: Are You Building a Legacy of Observation or Action for Social Justice?
As I watched video clips and read about Bree Newsome being arrested for scaling a flagpole at the South Carolina capital and removing the Confederate flag I recall being immediately impressed. My admiration for Bree wasn’t because of the symbolism connected to her action, or her presumed stance on race. I was impressed with her approach to what she and many… Read more →