School Days: Impact Moments

The past is beautiful because one never realizes an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only about the past. -Virginia Woolf

Holy holler!

Holy Holler! October 23, 2021 Today, while writing I tuned to the Marvin Gaye station streaming on Pandora. Marvin, the trailblazing singer, songwriter and performer, broke conventional boundaries in the 70s at Tamla Motown by excelling in all three genres. As I listen to his music today, I have given him another title, that of […]

Are we free yet?

Do you remember when you were a young child taking family road trips to another city or state? Do you remember how you felt when your destination seemed so far away? If you were anything like me I was an impatient passenger who nagged the driver with a litany of questions, the most annoying one […]

Whose report will you believe?

THE CRITICALITY OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY I want to challenge oppositional assertions that CRT education in schools is harmful because it paints White people as oppressors, and further subjugates Black people by classifying them as hopeless victims. These narratives about CRT are grossly exaggerated. The harm here is the use of a broad-brush prompting fears, […]